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Take five of NYCs sharpest improvisers, add a dash of Youtube, and stir well with the nimble fingers of a trusty Research Assistant in the tech booth: you get Search Engine, the newest innovative improv cocktail to hit the stage at the Magnet Theater. With improvisers hailing from 4Track, Mother, and Hello Laser, Search Engine promises to deliver knowledge that you didn’t even know you had to know.
Alan Fessenden, Jesse Falcon, Matt Evans, Alex Marino
If youve ever found yourself fixated on some absurdly detailed and equally useless bit of information like the decomposition cycle of a whale, the Bristol Scale, the Catholic Churchs categories of demonic possession, or the political platforms of republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum then youve already got something in common with the stellar cast of Search Engine. With shared roots and experience dating back as far as The Deconstruction and 4 Track, theyre guaranteed to provide you with one of the most invigorating, entertaining and downright fun hours of your weekend specifically at 8:30pm on Friday, January 13.
Starting with a suggestion from the audience of anything you wish you knew more about perhaps Lepufology Search Engine will go to work sharing what they know. Meanwhile, the Search Engine Research Assistant in the booth thats right, theyve got a Research Assistant! will be searching the web for a relevant YouTube video. The discussion and the video will inspire a series of scenes, occasionally punctuated by pertinent wikipedia entries, related trivia, more videos, or other information discovered by the Research Assistant throughout.
Search Engine has assured me that each member of the cast is either chock full of trivial but true information about the world, or naturally able to be confidently and completely wrong in their assumptions. Chances are good that youll leave knowing at least as much as you did when you arrived, with laugh-induced soreness in your abdominal region.
Search Engine debuts at The Magnet Theater on Friday, January 13 at 8:30pm. Reservations are highly recommended.