Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show
MainLine Theatre/Shayne Gryn Productions
Worlds collide in Richard O'Brien's musical-theatre masterpiece as camp sic-fi meets sexual exploration, glam-rock, and sensual daydreams to treasure forever.
Le camp scifi rencontre l'exploitation sexuelle, le rock Glam et de suaves rêveries à se souvenir pour toujours.
Directed by Philippe Gobeille
$20 at the door
OR $18 in advance by internet or phone.
(Students/Seniors: $15 at the door or by phone only.)
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Keep your favourite indie theatre venue going by helping us raise $5,000 this fall!
*If you donate $50 or more, you will receive 2 tickets to our October 31st Halloween Ball...
**If you donate $100 or more, you will not only receive 2 tickets to the Halloween Ball, but, you will be invited to a VIP cocktail beforehand with drinks on us! Madness!
Gardez votre théâtre indépendant préféré ouvert en nous aidant à récolter 5000 $ cet automne !
* Donnez-vous 50 $ ou plus ? Vous allez recevoir une paire de billets pour notre bal d’Halloween du 31 octobre !
** Donnez-vous 100 $ ou plus ? Non seulement recevrez-vous une paire de billets pour notre bal d’Halloween du 31 octobre, mais aussi vous serez invité à trinquer gratuitement lors du cocktail VIP qui le précédera. De la folie furieuse !
HORAIRE / SCHEDULE
- Wednesday 22 October 2014 / 20:00
- Thursday 23 October 2014 / 20:00
- Friday 24 October 2014 / 20:00
- Friday 24 October 2014 / 23:00
- Saturday 25 October 2014 / 20:00
- Saturday 25 October 2014 / 23:00
Pour âges / For ages 18+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 120 minutes
Two men crash their submarine on bottom of the sea. You will laugh as they cry, swim, fly and go insane in an award winning critically acclaimed madcap journey from the ocean to the sky and back. Fish, birds, and monsters populate the landscape vividly sculpted from nothing.
Created by Emmy Award Winner Slater Penney and former Cirque Du Soleil Performer Jaron Hollander, this brilliant sidesplitting piece of physical theatre received standing ovations, rave reviews, and multiple awards in its world debut in San Francisco, and continues to receive acclaim in the UK, Germany, and New York. The Submarine Show plays to any audience regardless of age or language.
October 1st may be a bit too early to celebrate Halloween, but all the department stores are doing it, so why can’t we join in the spirit of terror? To embrace the spooky festivities, Confabulation has invited our good friends from Tales from the Black, Toronto’s sci-fi, horror and fantasy storytelling night, to guide us into the twilight zone. With the help guest host Colin Munch (creator of Tales from the Black) and Nick Di Gaetano (musical genius), Confabulation is putting together an evening of true-life and fictional stories that are haunting, dark, and just the right amount of creepy.
A young man is found near dead on a beach in 1863 Nova Scotia, missing both legs at the knee and unable to speak. For the rest of his life, Jerome is cared for by several families as his fame grows and wanes. From all over, people try to guess where the mystery man is from, but to this day he remains a true Canadian mystery. With original songs by Sarah Segal-Lazar, the play explores not only his life in NS, but several possible origins to the man known as Jerome.