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One Man Comedy Show: Drew Pollock, April 5th | Arts & Entertainment

One Man Comedy Show: Drew Pollock, April 5th | Arts & Entertainment
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We all could use some belly laughs in times like these.

For a couple of hours guaranteed to wear out those abdominals, take in Drew Pollock’s “Out Comes Butch,” opening the weekend of April 5th in the restored, historic Rodeo Cinema at the Oklahoma City Stockyards district.

It’s a one-man show filled with biting and at times risqué comedy following a man’s full-circle journey through self-exploration, self-creation, transformation, relationship issues and workplace issues just to name a few. The audience is left to decide whether it’s an odyssey of self-delusion or closer to a butterfly’s natural emergence from its cocoon. The show will appeal to those of all sexual orientations, he said.

The play was written by renowned playwright David Schein. Pollock has performed it in various venues around the country dozens of times. For the local production, longtime, highly regarded Oklahoma film industry veteran Shawnee Brittain is executive producer.

“It’s about the human condition and what we will do to feel loved,” said Pollock.  “It looks at relationship issues that are universal. But Butch, the play’s main character, is probably not the sharpest pencil in the box.”

Pollock came by acting in mid-life. After a career in executive sales, Pollock found a passion for the arts 18 years ago while living in New Mexico. So, he attended the University of New Mexico’s Department of Theatre & Dance.

Pollock has had supporting and lead roles in over 40 independent films.

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His acting credits include:

Television: “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Breaking Bad”, “Better Call Saul”, “In Plain Sight”, “Crash” and “Tulsa King.”

Film: Frank Miller’s “The Spirit,” William H. Macy’s “Rudderless,” Josh Brandon’s “Black Bags,” Tom Shell’s “Deadly Seduction,” Ryan Bellgardt’s “The Adventures of Jurassic Pet: The Lost Secret.”

Theatre: “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”,  ”The Normal Heart”, “Lone Star” and “The Exonerated.”

General admission tickets are $35. Shows will be at 8 p.m., Friday, April 5 and a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee on April 7.

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Get your tickets at www.rodeocinema.org





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