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It Doesn’t Matter

The Berserker Residents


September 9-October 3

60 minutes

FREE

Venue TBA


It Doesn’t Matter is a live 60-minute comedy horror sleepover party with The Berserker Residents, broadcast for 3 nights only on Instagram Live. Come for the games, leave with the tears. Featuring veteran Fringe favorites Justin Jain, Lee Minora, and Bradley K. Wrenn, with special surprise guests and YOU!

Toggle between accounts or watch one stream to get 3 very different perspectives of a grown-up sleepover party gone awry.

Viewed on Instagram Live only

Each show experience different every night

Showtimes

Thursday, September 16th at 9pm
Friday, September 17th at 9pm
Saturday, September 18th at 9pm

 

Credits

Performer / Creator: Bradley K. Wrenn

Performer / Creator: Lee Minora

Performer / Creator: Justin Jain

 

Content Considerations

Appropriate for Ages 18+

 

Audience Instructions

One hour before every performance,

Follow @ThisJustin215 @LeeMinora @BradleyKristian

 

About the Artists

The Berserker Residents create original comedic productions that spring from improvisation and curiosity. We are guided by a desire to up-end theatrical conventions and create event-driven theater. The Berserker Residents are made up of three Philadelphia-based wizards of imagination – Justin Jain, David Johnson, and Bradley Wrenn. As collaborative performer-writers, we aim to plow the depths of the ludicrous and downright silly with one hand, while making a firm connection to our audiences with the other. We have been hailed as “daft, ephemeral and joyous” by The Scotsman and have been praised for our “refusal to relinquish that unrefined creative spirit” by The New York Times. We are a Barrymore-nominated ensemble and have received commissions from Theater Horizon (PA), Ars Nova (NY), ASU Gammage (AZ) and The University of the Arts (PA). Our work has been published by Playscripts, Inc. and presented at the Abrons Art Center (NY), The San Francisco Mime Troupe (CA), The Annenberg Center (PA), The Assembly (Scotland) and FringeArts (PA).