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Soft Corn Porn 

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Smut has never been this satisfying before: 19 short sketches show Corn Productions at its raunchy best. Not for the easily offended, they touch on bestiality, STDs, puppet sex, pornography, and the hypocrisy of religion. Also featured are a few spectacular orgasms, a singer-songwriter character (a deadpan Chris Rutherford) whose broken heart is set on violence, and a vivacious dance number by rival hip-hop instructors (Michelle Thompson-Hay, Jenni Caruso, and Annie Gloyn). The writers, all members of the ensemble, and director Christopher Rex Jacobs, who sets a quick pace, keep the sketches good-natured and funny. Through 3/17: Wed-Fri 8 PM, Cornservatory, 4210 N. Lincoln, 312-409-6435, $6-$12.

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