This Halloween, Spooky Sketch Comedy Hits Downtown Pittsburgh

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At 10:00 pm on October 31 at the Arcade Comedy Theater, The Big Deal, a sketch comedy group, will perform “The Brightness Darkly”: A comedic celebration of the supernatural. Fans of classic franchises like The Twilight Zone, Poltergeist, the Scream series, and The X-Files are sure to enjoy this eclectic mix of live and multimedia sketches.

At 10:00 pm on October 31 at the Arcade Comedy Theater, The Big Deal, a sketch comedy group, will perform “The Brightness Darkly”: A comedic celebration of the supernatural. Fans of classic franchises like The Twilight Zone, Poltergeist, the Scream series, and The X-Files are sure to enjoy this eclectic mix of live and multimedia sketches.

Tickets for the performance are $10 for the general public and can be purchased through Arcade Comedy Theater’s website at http://bit.ly/1vx4Kxk. Patrons who purchase tickets in advance will receive a $2 discount off the normal ticket price. Attendees ages 21+ will also receive a voucher for one free beer.

About The Big Deal
Shortly after forming in spring of 2013, The Big Deal (Mary Stewart, James Jamison, and Ben Korman) presented its first live/multimedia sketch show at Shadyside’s Steel City Improv Theater, entitled “A Decidedly TBD Christmas in July Show.” This Halloween, The Big Deal joins their friends, narrator Stanley Nightshade, the Dude Bro Ghosthunters, Baby Cleo, and other guests, for a spooky set of intertwined live and video bits. There's a signpost up ahead--skip that exit. Proceed to The Brightness Darkly.

About Arcade Comedy Theater
Arcade Comedy Theater is downtown Pittsburgh’s newest destination for all things comedy. The 501c3, non-profit theater, opened in February of 2013, is an intimate 75-seat space which hosts stand-up comedians, improvisational artists, sketch shows, vaudevillian variety acts, comedic videos, live play readings, and humorous performers of all types. Tickets generally range from $5-20, depending on the event, with most shows at a $10 ticket price. With a BYOB alcohol policy and even a working pinball machine in the lobby, the Arcade provides a unique, fun, and affordable addition to the Pittsburgh cultural district.

For more information about the show, visit Arcade Comedy Theater’s website, at http://bit.ly/1vx4Kxk.

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