Do you suck at trivia? Feel like you never get any questions right? Always down on yourself for being on a losing team? Then you’d fit right in at Gilligan Gigs Again, a trivia cabaret on radical self-acceptance. With former rock tambourinist Gilligan Gideon as your host, you can rest assured you won’t be the dumbest person in the room.
Join us at the Victoria Freehouse in Old City, and you’ll learn the answers to questions like: When was D-Day? What’s that song I’m thinking of? And why are we so mean to ourselves?
But hey! Don’t worry! At this gig, everyone will know the answer to something!
Don’t know Gilligan? Well, that’s because he’s a loser. Gilligan just can’t catch a break! Kicked out of his band “The Gulags.” Ousted from his apartment by ex-girlfriend, Gloria. And completely unable to book a single gig—except this run-down trivia night. But the spotlight is what he wants and he’ll take it where he can get it.
In Gilligan Gigs Again, audiences will learn that loving yourself isn’t always easy, and winning can’t be everything. Drink, laugh and take on trivia questions with this unhinged ginger who’s only trying to get by and get his next gig.
Health & Safety
Proof of vaccination is required to attend this event. For the safety of audiences, artists, staff, and our greater community, you must be fully vaccinated to attend this event. Fully vaccinated means two weeks after your second dose. You will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Accepted forms for proof of vaccination include: a physical vaccine card with your name on it or a digital photo of your vaccine card on a cell phone. Please plan accordingly.
Masks must also be worn for the duration of the performance.
Creator: Connor Hogan
Design Support: Michael Manfroni
Outside Eye/Creative Support: Adam Montgomery
21+ only may attend
Discussion of depression and anxiety
Performances will take place upstairs at the Victoria Freehouse. Cash bar only!
Audiences will be asked to show proof of vaccination when attending this performance.
About the Artists
Connor Hogan is a performer and collaborator who crafts experiences for the curious. His recent works include The Usual, an ensemble driven exploration of grief set in a diner, Fidget, a dance film about involuntary movement, and Dinner! Franny and Connor Write a Cookbook, a virtual cooking show for one. A graduate of the Pig Iron Theatre School, he explores theatrical questions with a wild physicality in order to excavate truths. Through collaboration and play, he seeks to bring together folks of all backgrounds and uplift voices of the marginalized. He also uses they pronouns sometimes.