“These Are the Things I Can't F**king Remember.” “The United States Extreme Right-Wing Cheerleading Squad.” “Saving My Hymen For Jesus.” Not exactly beloved or instant-classic showtunes — yet. But things may change — and “Drunk Dialed Obama” may earn its rightful place up there alongside “The Surrey With the Fringe on Top” and “Sixteen Going on Seventeen” — when Broad Comedy makes its L.A. debut. The song-filled, estrogen-driven production features smart, pro-female satire courtesy of a cast likened to “The Dixie Chicks of American Sketch Comedy,” and was created, directed and co-written by O, The Oprah Magazine contributor and Improvisation For The Spirit: Live A More Creative, Spontaneous and Courageous Life Using the Tools of Improv Comedy author Katie Goodman. Those sassy gals from 9 to 5 only wish they had it this funny.

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