Conspiracy!

Chocolate Moose Theatre Company

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Richard and Jane, two idiotic English spies, are given the unusual, seemingly easy and very historically accurate task of faking the death of Christopher Marlowe. Hilarity and corpses ensue.

Written by Martin Law

English-Language performance

Reg. 18$
Student/ Seniors/ QDF/ ELAN: 14$

Tickets are available:
Online
At the door the night of the performance
Or during MainLine Theatre's Box Office hours (Tuesday to Saturday from 2PM to 6PM)

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Richard et Jane, deux espions idiots, sont donnés l'étrange, facile, et fidèle à l'histoire tâche de feindre la mort de Christopher Marlowe. Hilarité, peur, et cadavres s'ensuivent.

Écrit par Martin Law

Cette pièce est en anglais seulement.

Rég. 18$
Étudiant/ Âge d'or/ QDF/ ELAN: 14$

Les billets sont disponible:
En ligne
À la porte, le soir de la représentation
Ou durant les heures de la billetterie du Théâtre MainLine (le mardi au samedi, de 14 h à 18 h)

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 21 January 2016 / 20:00
  • Friday 22 January 2016 / 20:00
  • Saturday 23 January 2016 / 20:00
  • Sunday 24 January 2016 / 14:00
  • Sunday 24 January 2016 / 20:00

120 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 16+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 10 minutes

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