SCUM: a manifesto - Scantily Glad Theatre - Saskatoon, Canada Comedy, Traditional theatre, Physical theatre Length: 65 minutes Warning: Violence, Sexual Content, Nudity, Language Audience: Mature Audience Only Venue: Broadway Theatre - Wheelchair Accessible; Air Conditioned Every man, deep down, knows he's a worthless piece of shit.
After 5 months performing in Europe, these exceptional physical performers bring their latest to Canada. Absolutely brilliant" - Montreal Hour "GO" - LA Weekly "Incredible" - NY Times GET LOST jem rolls - Big Word Performance Poetry - England Comedy, Storytelling, Comic poetry Length: 60 minutes Warning: Language Audience: Mature Audience Only Venue: The Refinery - Not Wheelchair Accessible; Air Conditioned Travel first. Follow Jem's intercontinental trail of comic blunders, as he sheds skins, dignity and the sensible, in jungles, markets, citadels and more on a hearty quest to lose himself. Join us in a tale that teaches that anyone, regardless of gender can be a great hero..villain!
“A WONDER TO BEHOLD.” ★★★★★ - Theatre in London Masterful British comedians and 14-time Best-of-Fest winners James & Jamesy (2 for Tea / High Tea) return with a remarkable feat of theatrical ingenuity—A daring, hilarious, and exquisitely choreographed comedy performed... "Hilarious theatre with fearless players." ★★★★★ - London Free Press "Maestros at making theatre magic.
Based on true events and told through a delightfully comedic lens, this story of a seven year old searching for acceptance in the 1980's Louisiana Bayou is a roller coaster of heartache and riotous humor.
The original ten minute version of the show was developed for the Portland Playhouse Apprentice Showcase, featured in the All Jane Comedy Festival, and a Portland Moth Story Slam Winner. Bushel and Peck - Stephanie Morin-Robert - Vancouver, Canada Comedy, Physical theatre Length: 60 minutes Audience: All Ages Venue: Kinsmen Hall / Cosmo Civic Seniors' Centre - Wheelchair Accessible; Air Conditioned Canadian favourites Alastair Knowles (of 15-time BEST-OF-FEST winners James & Jamesy) and choreographer Stephanie Morin-Robert (For Body And Light) fuse their mastery of movement and comedy.
SCUM is a look inside the mind of the woman who shot Andy Warhol and follows the "growth" of the feminist movement today.