It’s been 10 years since the Pajama Men graced Vancouver stages—but the comedy duo has been touring the world, making reviewers “double over in a kind of hysterical agony,” “creating a cartoon of the mind,” and working on a TV pilot called Maple Maple Town—where all the “wigs” are made of gaff tape. Weird? Well that’s what the Pajama Men are all about.
Shenoah Allen, one half of the Pajama Men, describes Pterodactyl Nights as “a greatest hits. A bunch of sketches from a lot of our shows from over the years. So if you’ve never seen us, it’s a good way to get to know a lot of the bizarre things that we’ve created.” You’ll have a chance to see it for yourself next week, February 16-18 at Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island.
Don’t go another 10 years without seeing the Pajama Men! To tide you over, check out this interview
Shenoah and Mark did on I kveld med YLVIS (Tonight with Ylvis), a Norwegian talk show, where the duo is just wearing regular clothes. Or this feature article from the Vancouver Sun!
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