"Pig: A Restaurant" Comes to ImprovBoston in Cambridge March 23, 2012
A comedy show that lampoons the food culture is on its way to the Boston area, and one of the people behind it may be familiar to those who follow the local restaurant scene.
On Friday, March 23, Pig: A Restaurant will make its Boston-area debut at ImprovBoston on Prospect Street in Cambridge, with the starting time being 7:00 PM. The show, which was inspired by Leila Cohan-Miccio's time as editor of Grub Street Boston (a popular food and restaurant site that is part of New York Magazine), follows seven characters at the opening party for a new meat-obsessed restaurant. All of the parts are played by Lauren Conlin Adams, a food industry veteran who has worked at some of New York's top restaurants, including Balthazar and DB Bistro Moderne.
Tickets cost $12, which includes both Pig: A Restaurant and a stand-up set. For more information, please go to the following link:
[Photo Credit: Sarah Gainer]