On the Radar: Odd Man Out, a sexy improv show at American Stage

funny, edgy, and just bordering on being a little too sexy," according to Scott Olsen, American Stage's artistic director. (Pictured: Larry Bukovey, Kimberly McVicar, Jannette Sepwa and Victoria Vodar) 8 p.m. Sun., June 20, American Stage, 163 Third St. N., St Petersburg, pay-what-you-can at the door, $15 in advance, americanstage.org.

Welcome to On the Radar, where we preview upcoming events to mark your calendars for. This Sunday, American Stage returns with their latest after hours gig, Odd Man Out. The "hilariously provocative" show follows a troupe of three female comedians as they introduce a new, male member to their show. Things go awry when the odd man out's act doesn't quite gel with the sassy diva-dom of these feminine humorists.

Odd Man Out promises sexy dance numbers, improvisational premises, and an ex-Playboy bunny somewhere in the mix.  "Odd Man Out is that perfect experimental piece of theatre that is

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