If election season has you feeling frustrated, confused, angry or hopeless, take some time this weekend to bring the laughs back to America’s political process.
The League uses the funds to distribute its election guides and operate its organization, according to League co-president Alice Giles.
“It’s a really good event and it’s really fun,” said Giles. “It’s a mockery of everybody.”
The satire group was founded 30 years ago by a group of Congressional staffers who wanted to point out the ridiculousness of Washington’s antics, according to its website. They perform songs and skits that mock today's politics.
The group, which is non-partisan because it lampoons all parties/ ideas/ issues, will be performing in the Rouse Theatre at Wilde Lake High School. Tickets are $40 before the show and are available from League members, at the League office (410)730-0142 or online here. Tickets at the door are $45.
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