So I Killed a Few People | Annoyance Theatre | Theater & Performance | Chicago Reader

So I Killed a Few People Recommended Member Picks The Short List (Theater) Closing (Theater and Galleries)

When: Thursdays. Continues through June 6 2013

"Go for the heart, just don't eat it," says Archie Nunn, recalling a friend's counsel—pretty sage advice for someone with nothing in the world but an orange jumpsuit, a tape recorder, a date with the electric chair, and a solo show on death row. A legendary killer, Nunn has one last wish: to heap abuse on the Disney corporation, which he blames for his problems, and tell of his twin obsessions with serial television and serial murder. Annoyance vet Mark Sutton plays Nunn with southern charm and a working knowledge of Facebook and Twitter—the script, by David Summers and Gary Rudoren, has been updated since the play's 1997 premiere. Nunn's hatred of the media, coupled with his insistence on being seen and heard, gives the audience plenty to chew on in its dual roles of voyeur and priest. —Hannah Gold

Price: $8-$12


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