April 6th! Almost a year after our one-night sketch comedy event blew minds and melted brains in Red Deer for the first time, we return to Red Deer to bring the guffaws and set hearts aflame… FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! AGAIN! It’s going to have everything… Comedy… Sketches… Sketch comedy… Maybe some songs, some dancin’, some romancin’… Online tickets already available, so if you want to get your tickets early go to the trusty ol’ PURCHASE TICKETS HERE link and get ‘em while you can. https://termpaper4me.net Otherwise our box office opens @ 730pm on April 6th at the Scott Block Theatre! So if you’re 1.88 hours driving distance (or less) from Red Deer, you should see this show… And if you can’t see this show, tell your friends all about it… Deal? Great! See you (and/or your friends) there! HUGS!
OSCARS 2013 EDITION!
So.. Cliff didn’t see any movies in 2013… And the Mongoose only saw The Dark Knight Rises (“Sucked!”), Resident Evil: Retribution (“Ruled!”) and Step Up 4: Revolution (“The most emotionally resonant film I’ve ever seen”)… So that leaves me. Hi, I am Amos… And when I am not preparing our next show (Tragically Delicious, https://essayservise.net March 13-16, Calgary AB, 8pm, 204 16th Ave NW) with our wonderful cast, I cry in the tub, eat tacos, and sometimes watch movies… So here’s my list of the best movie-films and, in addition, performances of 2012. You’re welcome!
Best Supporting Actress
Ann Dowd- Compliance
Allison Pill- Goon
Gloria Reuben- Lincoln
Sarah Silverman- Take This Waltz*
Naomi Watts- The Impossible
Best Supporting Actor
Javier Bardem- Skyfall
Philip Seymour Hoffman- The Master
Samuel L. Jackson- Django Unchained
Tommy Lee Jones- Lincoln*
Ewan McGregor- The Impossible
Emily Blunt- Your Sister’s Sister
Rashida Jones- Jesse And Celeste Forever
Jennifer Lawrence- Silver Linings Playbook*
Melanie Lynskey- Hello, I Must Be Going
Michelle Williams- Take This Waltz
Bradley Cooper- Silver Linings Playbook
Daniel Day Lewis- Lincoln
Richard Gere- Arbitrage
Joaquin Phoenix- The Master*
John Hawkes- The Sessions
The Top 10
9. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
8. Cloud Atlas
7. 21 Jump Street
6. Seven Psychopaths
4. Moonrise Kingdom
3. End of Watch
2. Silver Linings Playbook
1. The Cabin in the Woods
Just over a week away… May 1-4! THE ULTIMATE CLIMAX! Bird and Stone Theatre (204 16th Ave NW)! Be there!
Ah. Three solid months of serenity for us (and three sad months without joy for you) are over. We will again drive ourselves to insanity in creating our tasty brand of sketch comedy, so you can smile again, laugh again, feel again. Because we return in September, sketch comedy-ing it up for you with DEGRASSI KNOLL. Sept 11-14. birds and stone theatre. 204 16th Ave NW. Calgary. Alberta. Canada. BE THERE! Online tickets through the very handy link on this website will be available next week and https://get-dissertation.net SUPER-SECRET CASTING NEWS is coming soon! That is all. Oh, except for this:
In just under a month, this is going to happen. It MUST!
Hey gang… This here website shall look a l’il different soon, courtesy of our own Ayla Stephen (pictured!)… We’ll let you know when it’s done. How? Through the power of the internet. That is https://cool-essay-service.com all.
- they’re both available in the third dimension.
-there are lots of characters with a variety of facial hair.
- the budgets are similar, in that they both use some sort of currency to pay for production costs
-there will be singing
And here are the differences between our next show, A Late Late Breakfast Power Ballad and The Hobbit:
- a LLB Power Ballad isn’t 3 hours long… it should be a brisk 60-65 minutes
- We aren’t going unnecessarily turn Power Ballad into a trilogy
- Despite the fact that The Hobbit has what seems like 1000 speaking roles, there’s only 1 lady actor with lines… we have 3 lady actors with lines playing a multitude of characters (Stacy, Sissy, Stacy, Stacy, Librarian, Ellen, Franklin, Stacy, Pat Benetar)…
- Our cast is waaaaay better looking… than Gollum.
- SPOILER ALERT: The Hobbit= no make-out scenes. Our show= all make-out scenes.
- all of our special effects are done live and fo’ real. No CGI!
- Power Ballad is specifically tailored for a Valentine’s Day… The Hobbit was specifically tailored for the Mayan Apocalypse.
- Theatres playing The Hobbit only offer refunds to patrons for the first 30 minutes. We don’t offer refunds.
- Power Ballad should be waaaay funnier than The Hobbit… If it isn’t, remember, no refunds.
WINNER: A Late, Late Breakfast Power Ballad! That is all. A LATE, LATE BREAKFAST POWER BALLAD plays at the Impro Depot (2405 Macleod Tr. S, Calgary) Feb 13-14 at 8pm and Friday the 15 at 10pm. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and will be available at our box office (sorry, cash only) 30 minutes prior to all performances. The Hobbit is playing at some theatres near you. See Django Unchained instead.
Okay gang. Wednesday’s show is over. So there are no more 2/1 tickets… but there is a secret password… That gets you 33% off on all https://write-essay4me.com of the tickets you purchase for you and your friends (sooooo many friends)… So on Thurs/Fri/Sat, just whisper the secret password to our box office staff (or online) and all of your dreams (of 33% off tickets) will come true! The super-secret password is… brains. You’re welcome.
Amos https://essays4you.net Altman
Justin Michael Carriere*
and recent MFA graduate (congratulations!) Daniel Neil Perry.
*appearing courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association
WELL, A BIT BELOW THERE… WHERE IT SAYS PURCHASE TICKETS HERE. OR AT THE BOX OFFICE OF WHICHEVER THEATRE WE HAPPEN TO BE PERFORMING. HOWEVER, WE ONLY TAKE CASH AT THE THEATRE BOX OFFICE, INCLUDING FOR OUR NEXT SHOW, TRAGICALLY DELICIOUS (MARCH 13-16) AT THE BIRDS AND STONE https://time4essay.net THEATRE (204 16TH AVE NW)… IT’LL BE LIKE A SLUMBER PARTY THAT YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU WANTED TO GO TO… EXCEPT IT’LL BE BETTER BECAUSE THERE’LL BE NO ACTUAL SLEEPING OVER. YOU CAN GO HOME TO SLEEP IN YOUR OWN BED… MAYBE TAKE A BATH… WHATEVER YOU WANT… SO, SEE THIS SHOW. THAT IS ALL.