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Master Pancake Theater Returns to Houston To Cook Ryan Gosling’s Goose

This month we’re stoked to welcome Master Pancake, our ferociously funny friends from Austin, back to Houston. A comedy troupe that specializes in riffing on films while they play live on the big screen, Master Pancake is heading back to H-town to cook the goose of Ryan Gosling with a special live mocking of THE NOTEBOOK.

Master Pancake Theater Returns to Houston To Cook Ryan Gosling’s Goose

This month we’re stoked to welcome Master Pancake, our ferociously funny friends from Austin, back to Houston. A comedy troupe that specializes in riffing on films while they play live on the big screen, Master Pancake is heading back to H-town to cook the goose of Ryan Gosling with a special live mocking of THE NOTEBOOK.

THE NOTEBOOK is  that romantic movie sensation that turned women (and some men, admit it) into blubbering heaps of sobs, moist tissues and bottled up resentment at the fact that your own relationships aren’t nearly as romantic and Nicholas Sparks-y as the ones in THE NOTEBOOK. Ryan Gosling (you know, the guy you watched stomp a man to death with the heel of his boot this summer in DRIVE) and Rachel McAdams star a pair of perfectly suited lovers whose romance defines a generation and blah, blah, blah. It’s a sad movie and for that Master Pancake is here to work their mockery magic.

Master Pancake will be going at the film full force for the viewing enjoyment of the live, captive audience. There will be jokes, skits, wry commentary and some silly voices. In other words, all the perfect ingredients to a supper happy funtime Saturday night. 

There are two Saturday evening screenings for you to choose from and tickets are only $12! Don’t miss this special live performance by the comedy group regularly voted Best of Austin. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll be swept up in a sea of mixed emotions and ask some strange carnie to marry you on the way home. All in all, it’ll be a  great night; trust us. 

Saturday, November 12 @ 7 PM and 10 PM — West Oaks

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