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January 18, 2013
Spilled Paint l Big Fun - The Liptonians::Doug Hoyer::Cannon Bros. l One! literacy for Mumbai's children l The National Theatre of the World Improv
Fleet Galleries, 65 Albert Street
January 18 to February 14
Opening Reception January 24, 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm - Free Admission
Fresh New Artwork by:
Jeff Gasenzer, Rodrigo Pradel, Shouresh Jalili, Neil Stewner,
Dany Belaire, Okvar Kahovakark, And Others.
BIG FUN 2013 Kick Off: The Liptonians::Doug Hoyer::Cannon Bros.
Young United Church, 100-222 Furby Street
January 24, 7:45 pm to 12:00 am
Big Fun 2013 has arrived!
The Liptonians: beautiful pop melodies wrapped in a orchestral blanket.
Edmonton’s Doug Hoyer is both an enthralling entertainer and a perfect gentlemen.
Cannon Bros. play lo-fi ‘90s pop that might actually make you miss high school.
This Show Is an All Ages Event
Tickets are $12 at the door
Doors are at 7:45, with music promptly at 8:30
All Access Festival Passes available for $40 at: Into the Music, Music Trader, ticketworkshop
THE FUNNIEST NEVER-SEEN-BEFORE SONDHEIM MUSICALS YOU’LL EVER EXPERIENCE!
WJT is proud to bring back the internationally renowned improvisation company, The National Theatre of the World, with special guests Ashley Botting and Waylen Miki.
These Improv Masters return with Impromptu Splendor to tackle the great Stephen Sondheim with 5 new razor sharp and deeply human musicals created on the spot!
Presented as part of the RMTC Master Playwright Festival: SondheimFest 2013.
The National Theatre of the World features Second City Comedy veteran, Matt Baram; Canadian Comedy Award winner for Best Female Improvisor, Naomi Snieckus; and Rapid Fire Theatre alumnus and Canadian Comedy Award winner, Ronald Pederson.