The Guest List is one party you don't want to miss! Drawing on the audience's own experience, theplayers use suggestions of significant life events where friends and family might gather. With no otherinformation, the BDRP will transform themselves into an array of party-goers, bringing to life charactersthat are both outlandish and familiar, and morphing the stage into an intimate gathering on the spot.Replete with family dysfunction, unlikely trysts and wacky uncles who make you remember why younever invite yours to anything, ever. The Guest List is character-based narrative in which families fallapart and bonds are formed between the most unlikely of pairs. Just throw your coats on the bed…
Starring: Kyle Dooley (Picnicface, Rollertown) Tess Degenstein (Globe Theatre – Regina,Space Janitors), Sean Tabares (Canadian Comedy Award winner – best male improviser), ColinMunch (Throne of Games, SexT-Rex), Hannah Spear (Sexy Nerd Girl, Rapid Fire Theatre),Evany Rosen (Picnicface, Space Janitors), Jess Bryson (VTSL, Pump Trolley), EtanMuskat (The Bitter End, Montreal Improv), Chris Ramelan (Canadian Improv Games, ImprovU).
To reserve tickets in advance visitwww.baddogtheatre.com or call Comedy Bar Box Office at 416-551-6540.
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