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  • Designer Dogs

    Designer Dogs

    What Happens when Designer Dogs, go out of style? A special report from our Smirk SF new team. Smirk SF Sketch Comedy Troupe Visit us at www.smirksf.com Apocalypse Maybe May 13 & 14, 2011 @ The Dark Room, SF Written by Cat Luedtke & Suzanne Mele Suzanne Mele as Manderson Pooper Cat Luedtke as Kitty Catouric

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  • The Fallout Shelter

    The Fallout Shelter

    Well, we can’t have a show without one sketch being specifically about the apocalypse. See how we deal with the end of the world (as we know it). Apocalypse Maybe May 13 & 14, 2011 @ The Dark Room, SF The Fallout Shelter is written by: Suzanne Mele Suzanne Mele as Mother John D’Andrea as Father Marco Rodriguez as Timmy

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  • Lobster vs Dinner

    Lobster vs Dinner

    Would you be able to look your food in the eye before you eat them? Check out this performance created by, guest writer, Brad Carlton. Thanks so much! Visit us at www.smirksf.com Apocalypse Maybe May 13 & 14, 2011 @ The Dark Room, SF Lobster vs Dinner written by: Brad Carlton Suzanne Mele as Woman Marco Rodriguez as Lobster Are you a writer looking to have your script performed? Submit your script

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  • Composting My Heart

    Composting My Heart

    For the people! No… for the animals… No wait… for erotic veganism? Apocalypse Maybe May 13 & 14, 2011 @ The Dark Room, SF Written by Suzanne Mele & Cat Luedtke Suzanne Mele as singer-songwriter Cat Luedtke as Klog

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  • Border Patrol

    Border Patrol

    San Francisco is one of the more progressive cities in the United States. See what happens when two officers take it one step too far. Visit us at www.smirksf.com Apocalypse Maybe May 13 & 14, 2011 @ The Dark Room, SF Border Patrol written by: Cat Luedtke Cat Luedtke as Good Cop Marco Rodriguez as Bad Cop John D’Andrea as Family Man Kristina Henderson as Family Woman Suzanne Mele as Smoker Jon L. Zuo as Terrorist

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  • Suzanne Mele

    Suzanne Mele

    Hi there. I moved to San Francisco almost three years ago from the sweaty city of Washington, DC, where I hammed it up with friends on many a do-it-yourself stage performing drag, in bands, with a karaoke mic in my hand or shamelessly shakin’ dat ass on the dance floor. I have been testing out material on our nation’s youth for the past ten years through my day job as a social worker. I basically bomb everyday, but damn does

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