Killing My Lobster straps on rocket boots to stamp their crustacean brand of funny on the final frontier. These intrepid comedic souls brave worm holes and time portals to defeat wizards, Italians, and other impingers on space justice, with phasers that may or may not be made of cardboard.
If you saw the lobster remake of The Twilight Zone’s legendary first episode and want to see the brains behind those great universal ponderings - Why are there so many hipsters lounging in Dolores Park and clogging the brunch line on a Wednesday morning? Don't you people work? Isn't that just ice cream? - check out Comedic Vignettes for the Interdimensionally Inclined, in its last weekend at the Jewish Theater.
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Through October 9. The Jewish Theatre, 470 Florida Street. Tickets are $10-20 at killingmylobster.com.