Just a stone’s throw from West Hollywood, the only city in the world that has an annual Go-Go Dancer Appreciation Day, the Groundlings Theater is the perfect venue for a sketch show about an aging go-go boy. Based on his real-life experience dancing in clubs while a student at USC, Groundlings alum Jimmy Fowlie’s Go-Go Boy Interrupted is about a go-go dancer who’s told to put away his booty shorts and bulge because he’s over the hill. The cast of 20 actors includes fellow Groundlings alum Drew Droege, everyone’s favorite Chloë Sevigny impersonator on YouTube, who plays, what else, a drag queen. Fowlie also recently adapted the show into a YouTube series.

Mon., Jan. 5, 10-11 p.m., 2015
(Expired: 01/05/15)

LA Weekly