This script-in-hand performance is about Election Day. Adam knows if he doesn't vote, his ever adamant girlfriend will never let him forget it.
His sister, an eco-terrorist, and a mayoral candidate who is willing to do anything in exchange for a vote all show up seemingly to torment him.
Adam discovers that quick trip to the polls will be a bigger challenge than he ever expected.
Election Day is a hilarious dark comedy about the price of political (and personal) campaigns.
Note: Adult language and situations, not recommended for kids under 16.
Saturday Nov. 5 at 8PM
Sunday Nov. 6 at 2PM
Adult Tickets $15 Student Tickets $10
Dinner & Theater
On Saturday evening only, join members of the Union Chamber of Commerce and Union Rotary
for a prix fixe dinner before the show at
Gusta Rosso Trattoria, 1998 Morris Ave
Dinner begins at 6PM
Dinner and the Show: $35
WHAT THE CRITICS SAY ABOUT ELECTION DAY....
"An outrageous comedy...at double-espresso speed." - The New York Times
"Ridiculously entertaining...cute and cutting." - Variety
"Laugh-out-loud." - Back Stage
"Delightfully farcical...Tobiessen takes a simple premise and spins it out into a hilarious sequence of events. His dialogue is lean and playful, and includes some terrific lines." - TheaterMania.com
Election Day had it's world premiere at Second Stage Theatre's Uptown Series in New York City in July 2007.