Random Acts Wayward Comedy comes to the Jean Cocteau Cinema; Enfrascada opens at Teatro Paraguas; and NT Live broadcasts St. Joan at the Lensic
If, while hanging out in your living room, complaining and drinking beer with friends, you have ever thought, “We are hilarious; we should have a show,” then Wayward Comedy is your chance to see if this pipe dream can actually succeed. Evan Galpert, Jessie Gaumond, Nick Pelton, Phil Johnson, Prox, Simon Dobson, and K-Wayno are a group of roommatesfrom Baca Street who describe their home as a shanty and themselves as wayward boys — perhaps akin to the Artful Dodger and the rest of the Dickensian street urchins from Oliver
Twist. Will they pick your pocket while you roll in the aisles with laughter? Is their stand-up worthy of a live audience? Your chance to find out is at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Jean Cocteau Cinema (418 Montezuma Ave., 505-466-5528). Admission is $10; visit www.jean cocteaucinema.com.