WETWARE - August 14-23 (No Show Monday)
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XXXmas 3: Good King WTF
Think a good way to celebrate the start of Christmas time is with peace on earth, egg nog and good will towards men? Wrong! Join Mostly Water Theatre in their annual seasonal offering of sarcasm, cynicism, and swearing with XXXMas3:Good King WTF, running November 22-December 1 at the PCL Studio in the TransAlta Arts Barns.
This isn’t your typical family Christmas fare, so don’t bring the tots. Santa will not be making an appearance, and if he does, he’ll most likely say inappropriate things about your mom. Mostly Water Theatre will blend their talents on stage and film to create a fast-paced sketch comedy show with a guaranteed three laugh minimum.
XXXMAS3:Good King WTF runs November 22-December 1 nightly at 8pm (no show on Monday November 26) at the PCL Studio in the TransAlta Arts Barns (10330 - 84 Avenue). Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for students/seniors, available at the door (cash only), and can be reserved over the phone at 686-5960. Download Press Release Here.
WHOA WHOA WHOA, HOLD ON A SECOND, WAIT JUST A MINUTE...THERE'S WAY TOO MUCH BUTTER ON THAT!
August 17-26 at 6pm (no show on Monday August 20)
Tickets available at 409-1910, www.fringetheatreadventures.ca (click on Box Office), or in person at the TransAlta Arts Barns. Tickets go on sale August 2, and will not be available at the door of Filthy's, only at the main box office or satellite box offices of the fringe.
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DREAMSCAPE REDEMPTION CLASSES (June 2007)
Vue Magazine Review:
Dreamscape Redemption Classes
When strains of Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” are our entrée into a skit about selling one’s soul to the Devil, you know that this sketch -comedy troupe is on its game—who else would listen to Astley but the Devil? And it’s always nice to see another outing for the recurring Mostly Water character I’ll call “Chronic Carl.” While these dudes always try to tie the skits in their shows together under some common theme, Dreamscape hits its mark more than recent outings—even tripping into more morbid, but refreshing, territory. And like the dreams it is inspired by, this show dips its pen deeper into the ink of weirdness. CN