I mean this with no hyperbole: more Three Day Hangover has the power to change the world.
Anybody that can get you happily talking about those taboos of religion and politics (while under the influence no less) deserves some type of medal.
With its bawdy humor and playful spirit, Three Day Hangover’s Tartuffe will make you want to embrace your inner politician and raise a glass to democracy.
Sex, booze, and politics. What could be better? That’s what Three Day Hangover offers in their latest boozy theatre experience
These people have such joy in their work, high energy and total commitment to character that you cannot but let that spirit overtake you. Good news, people: joy is contagious.
The entire cast is hilarious and unpredictable, like the hilarious drunks you always want to invite to your parties.
Three Day Hangover, the company behind Drunk Shakespeare, opens its immersive production of Dracula, a new interpretation by Steven Dietz of Bram Stoker’s famed gothic novel, Oct. 2 at McAlpin Hall.
Yet again Three Day Hangover proves that classic texts, bars, and drinking games are the recipe for a good time and a reason to take the journey. Three Day Hangover continues to conquer the theatrical bar scene.
If being in a fraternity had been as fun as Hank V, I might never have quit.
Three Day Hangover shows just how much of a living, breathing text this classic play can be, and then go about rejuvenating them with their special brand of (alcoholic) elixir.