One of the sharpest moments in this smart sketch-comedy revue, directed by David Pompeii for Second City Outreach and Diversity, is a rap performance peppered with the names of products like Depends and chains like Home Depot–a pointed slap at artists who trade their creativity for corporate branding. Actually most of this politically oriented show is pointed: though many of the sketches are only lightly funny, they all make provocative, interesting points about race, class, and morality in America. The ensemble members–Inda Craig-Galvan, Jason Hightower, Rebecca Jackson, Anthony Leblanc, Lamorne Morris, and Nicole Walker–catch fire, bringing such passion, nerve, and empathy to their characters that a mere 60 minutes isn’t enough time. We want more. Through 6/18: Sat 9 PM, Second City Training Center, Donny’s Skybox Studio, Piper’s Alley, 1608 N. Wells (fourth floor), 312-337-3992 or 877-778-4707. $8-$10.