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The Overtime Theater presents The Bronson Pinchot Civil War Cupcake Experience. This new work by William M. Razavi is another entry into the world of comic mismatch and absurd normality. It brings together such obvious bedfellows as Perfect Strangers, cupcakes, the Civil War, strip malls, and a basement full of crabs.

Mark, Linn and Baker had a relatively simple dream: a little cupcake shop in a strip mall that doubled as a Civil War museum and tripled as a shrine to the sitcom, Perfect Strangers. When a local historical society and the landlord both employ the services of Bronson & Pinchot, LLC to shut down the cupcake shop, things take a wild turn. But with her husband having left her for a Squirrel Sanctuary Supervisor and a basement full of crabs, Linn isn’t willing to let her dream die without a fight. After all, what would this country have been like if Abraham Lincoln hadn’t fought to make this a better place to make cupcakes?

The Overtime Theater presents The Bronson Pinchot Civil War Cupcake Experience. This new work by William M. Razavi is another entry into the world of comic mismatch and absurd normality. It brings together such obvious bedfellows as Perfect Strangers, cupcakes, the Civil War, strip malls, and a basement full of crabs.

Mark, Linn and Baker had a relatively simple dream: a little cupcake shop in a strip mall that doubled as a Civil War museum and tripled as a shrine to the sitcom, Perfect Strangers. When a local historical society and the landlord both employ the services of Bronson & Pinchot, LLC to shut down the cupcake shop, things take a wild turn. But with her husband having left her for a Squirrel Sanctuary Supervisor and a basement full of crabs, Linn isn’t willing to let her dream die without a fight. After all, what would this country have been like if Abraham Lincoln hadn’t fought to make this a better place to make cupcakes?

The Overtime Theater presents The Bronson Pinchot Civil War Cupcake Experience. This new work by William M. Razavi is another entry into the world of comic mismatch and absurd normality. It brings together such obvious bedfellows as Perfect Strangers, cupcakes, the Civil War, strip malls, and a basement full of crabs.

Mark, Linn and Baker had a relatively simple dream: a little cupcake shop in a strip mall that doubled as a Civil War museum and tripled as a shrine to the sitcom, Perfect Strangers. When a local historical society and the landlord both employ the services of Bronson & Pinchot, LLC to shut down the cupcake shop, things take a wild turn. But with her husband having left her for a Squirrel Sanctuary Supervisor and a basement full of crabs, Linn isn’t willing to let her dream die without a fight. After all, what would this country have been like if Abraham Lincoln hadn’t fought to make this a better place to make cupcakes?

WHEN

WHERE

The Overtime Theater
5409 Bandera Rd.
Suite 205
Leon Valley, TX 78238
http://bronsoncupcake.brownpapertickets.com/

TICKET INFO

$10-$15
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