CAPTAIN SPACESHIP VI
Weeping Spoon Productions
Join Captain Spaceship and his crew of intergalactic riff-raff as they travel through time and space exploring the cosmos, discovering new unchartered worlds and narrowly avoid copyright infringement.
Inspired by 1950’s Sci-fi serials, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Firefly, Red Dwarf and 90210; The Captain and his crew will make up their ongoing epic adventures live onstage aided by the audience’s suggestions. They could end up anywhere and anyWHEN and will have only their sharp improv skills, some cheap costumes and maybe some lasers to defend themselves.
So go where no man (or woman, or alien) has gone before as some of Montreal’s best improvisers (including members of The Big HOO-HAA, Uncalled For and Montreal Improv) plus an interstellar cast of talented guest stars brave the vacuum of space to protect mankind from the unknown…
Set phasers to FUN! *Cough*
Regular : 12.00$
People in Sci-Fi Costumes : 10.00$
Tickets available at the door ONLY.
HORAIRE / SCHEDULE
- Friday 1 March 2013 / 20:00
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers
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