Portland Valentine’s Day 2015: Portland’5 presents Cuff Me! The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody @ Winningstad Theatre | Unauthorized & Hilarious!

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Cuff Me @ Winningstad TheaterPortland’5 presents Cuff Me! The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody
February 10-14, 2015
$49.50 & $53.50
Tickets: portland5.com

Winningstad Theatre
1111 SW Broadway Dr, Portland, OR 97205
(503) 248-4335

Cuff Me! The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody is the unauthorized hilarious parody of the Fifty Shades of Grey book phenomenon. Grab your friends and get ready to laugh at this sexy, and hysterical romp!

Cuff Me! will have you dancing in the aisles as the cast of four belts out hilarious parodies of popular hit songs from Britney Spear’s “Hit Me One More Time” and Madonna’s “Like A Virgin” to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”, while spoofing the Fifty Shades of Grey book!

Cuff Me: The Fifty Shades of Grey Musical Parody is written by Bradford McMurran, Jeremiah Albers, and Sean Michael Devereux of the improv group The Pushers. It was conceived by Tim Flaherty, who is also a contributing author along with Sonya Carter, who will direct.

THE PUSHERS are Virginia’s preeminent sketch and improv comedy group. For more than seven years they have thrilled (and shocked) audiences with their wild antics both on and off stage. The group puts on a racy, high-octane, energetic show that is guaranteed to have audiences howling with laughter. The Pushers debuted in the spring of 2005 with a massive roster of 15 members. Today The Pushers includes original members Ed Carden, Sean Devereux and Brad McMurran along with Tiffany Chilcott (2006) and Alba Woolard (2009). The group has performed throughout Virginia, most notably at both The Virginia Beach and Richmond Funnybone Comedy Clubs and the NorVa, named one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s top 5 venues in the country. They have appeared at The North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival and five times at the Charleston Comedy Festival. In New York, the group has performed at the People’s Improv Theater, the Magnet Theater and the Upright Citizen’s Brigade, as well as a run of shows at the Kraine Theater.

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