“Mock Your World” at Rockwood Music Hall Tonight

Posted on: December 6th, 2011 at 11:22 am by

Tonight is your last chance to catch the “spectacularly naughty Broadway parody” Mock Your World at Rockwood Music Hall on Allen Street. It’s the second of a two-night stint at the indie venue.

From the inbox:

Back by popular demand, Mock Your World is a wildly funny off off Broadway musical comedy that satirizes the ups and downs of life in New York City. Songs from Mock Your World have already received over 250,000 views on YouTube, and have been featured on Funny or Die and College Humor. With a cast of Broadway veterans including Lisa Rothauser and Andrew Byrne, the hilarious Mock Your World takes an unflinching look at uncomfortable subjects, adds a Broadway melody, and turns them into a sidesplitting, taboo-shattering musical event that is irresistibly funny. Catch the show before it hits Off Broadway in 2012 with a two-night-only run just for the fans: FREE admission with a 2 drink minimum.

Doors open at 6:30 pm

Here’s a trailer:


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