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In one week, Who's Crazy Now?, the hilarious new comedy from Rob Card opens, and we want you to be there. In fact, we'd like it so much that we're hosting a party! 

Join us on opening night, and partake in treats, vie for the door prize, and laugh yourself silly at the antics of the funniest supervillains around.  Buy your tickets today!

If you'd like a sneak peak of one of the baddest, most gun-happy villains around, keep reading....

Meet General Anasthetic:

The General is obviously extremely dangerous, as this press clipping from a leaked DISCREET file shows:

ATTENTION AGENTS: NEW INFORMATION HAS SURFACED REGARDING THE ACTIVITIES OF CODE NAME GENERAL ANASTHETIC. FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THE INFORMATION BELOW THEN DESTROY THE EVIDENCE.

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January 13, 2014 (Moscow) — Russian officials today expressed puzzlement at yesterday’s territorial claims by General Anasthetic, the CEO of American weapons manufacturer Death Guns. Diplomatic cables were sent to the governments of all G20 countries that read simply “I own the territory of Kamchatka now, and I’m gonna keep it. Stay out, or I’ll shoot ya.” 
 
However, sources within the Kremlin indicate that extensive aerial searches of the Kamchatka region of Russia have turned up no signs of invasion. One official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said “While it did help us with a better survey of the Kamchatka brown bear population, there were no signs of foreign military insurgents.”  

General Anasthetic, whose establishment of the company five years ago revolutionized both land-based small tactical nuclear weapons and employment practices, has become well known for his diplomatic cables in the past year. In March, he claimed the “territory of Alberta”. His August cable proclaimed “a rare double victory”, claiming both Southern Europe and Western Australia. And just this past December, the General issued a cable boasting that his takeover of Scandinavia was “imminent” and could “not be stopped”. The governments of Canada, Australia, Itally, Switzerland, Austria, and Croatia all issued denials that any territorial incursion had occurred. 
 
When asked for a statement, General Anasthetic’s spokesman Major Pain would state only that “the General’s record on the board speaks for itself, except for that little setback in Scandinavia, that was too much of a Risk and wasn’t in the dice.” 

In related news, “Employers Top 100” has denied that the radical overhaul of its ranking system is related to employment practices at Death Guns. 

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Come meet this and other wild characters January 22-24, 29-31, and February 5-7 at KWLT’s performances of “Who’s Crazy Now?”

Tickets: http://whoscrazynow.bpt.me
$15 non-member, $10 member

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