Election Show 2004 is an improvised election where the audience votes to elect a President! It features improvised debates, attack ads, scaring old people and more!
Plus the show is non-partisian! There’s no Bush. No Kerry. No Republicans. No Democrats. No real issues like war or taxes.
It features fake parties (Whig and Bull Moose). Fake candidates and fake issues that we get from the audience. (Past winning platforms include mandatory naps for all Americans and a 5th branch of the military comprised entirely of ninjas.)
It's cheap. It's funny. We won't do it again until 2008. Come see it!
> "Hilarious...A new and improved presidential campaign: all of the idiocy and none of the tragedy." - Joe Adcock, Seattle PI
> "a hilarious and all-too-recognizable send-up of the political system" - James Sutter, UW Daily
> "Funny and politically irrelevant" - The Stranger
> Seattle PI: Fall Arts 2004 Theater Pick
> Featured on Northwest Cable News
> Mentioned in The Seattle Times, NPR and the Seattle Sinner
What: Election Show 2004
When: Thursdays and Fridays @ 8:00 October 21, 22
Where: The Historic University Theater – 5510 University Way – U-District
Cost: $10, $8 w/student ID or $1 off with valid voter registration card
Online HQ: http://www.electionshow.com/