Bernard had it all. Fashionable home in Paris, efficient housekeeper, staggeringly precise knowledge of international airline schedules and engaged to not one, not two but three beautiful stewardesses, none of whom had the slightest idea of the other's existence. What could be finer? But when Boeing suddenly develops a new, faster jet engine, Bernard's intricate web of bachelor perfection comes apart at the seams, with hilarious results! A howlingly funny, achingly sexy romp that will leave you breathless!
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The Canadian Rep Theatre production comes to the stage at Theatre Aquarius! Dean is a young ex-sniper, just back from Afghanistan, struggling to find work. His family is disintegrating before his eyes; his wife is ready to divorce him a second time, yet players on both ends of the political spectrum find Dean's special talents oddly appealing. A killer comedy by a master playwright in top form. "Dead Metaphor is dead serious, but it's still seriously funny." - San Francisco Examiner(audience advisory - some strong language)
What happens when the brain-bending irreverence of the famously foolish comedy troupe Monty Python is mixed with the heroic tales of King Arthur’s Knights of the Round Table and wrapped up in the creamy nougat of a Tony Award-winning Best Musical? You get Spamalot – the laugh-a-minute smash hit show "lovingly ripped off" from the Python's comedy classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Spamalot is delightfully silly, surprisingly clever and unapologetically fun for both fans and the uninitiated alike.
The online virtual world of ‘Second Life’ stretches thousands of kilometres and millions of visitors. While searching for her lost sister, Jessica struggles to find out what – and who – are real. Life and its double are at stake in this multi-media exploration of loss in the digital age. Created by Burlington’s Tottering Biped Theatre, a professional company that emphasizes highly physical and social issue oriented work.
Maddie’s sweet sixteen sister Beatrice is dating someone she shouldn't. Their brassy single mom Sheila makes up with her ex-boyfriend again. So fourteen year old Maddie is left to fend for herself with her bow and arrow. This solo show is performed by writer Anna Chatterton in front of a microphone, creating and controlling the sonic landscape for these three family members struggling to keep up.