Bringing together a young Canadian wizard, his bratty sister, a drunken moose, an overbearing border patrol officer, the best hockey sweater anyone’s ever seen and, via video, a Mexican restaurant worker named Alejandro, Canadian actor-writer Anthony Johnston is barely contained in the tiny Theatre Under St. Marks in his solo/multi-media extravaganza, TenderPits.

Directed by Nathan Schwartz and produced by Brian Hanscom, Tenderpits describes itself as a “fast paced genre-destroying comedy possessed by bouts of unrestrained hopefulness and brutal intimacy”.  We couldn’t agree more. In addition to shows tonight and tomorrow at 8pm, performances have been added on Tuesday, October 4th (8pm) and Saturday, October 8th (10:30pm). All performances at UNDER St. Marks (94 St.Marks Place between 1st and A). Tickets available on SmartTix.



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