Live concert celebrating the music and lives of three of the hottest rock ‘n’ roll stars of the 50s, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and the Big Bopper, whose remarkable lives and music were tragically cut short in a plane crash. Some say it was ‘the day the music died.’ Imagine one more concert, if you could, where you would hear all their greatest hits including… Read more »
With Lucien & Jimmy The Janitor
Lucien and Jimmy are back with Full of Beans—their explosive new comedy. This totally hysterical Maritime duo chase every man’s dream with embarrassing side effects. They travel to the East Coast wilderness (maybe it’s just a pretty comfortable hunting lodge with Wifi) to explore the fundamental truths of their masculinity and blab about ageing in the era of technological… Read more »
A sparkling new comedy by Canada’s favourite playwright who brought you last year’s Jonas and Barry in The Home!
Welcome back to the 80s and the Coleman’s family crisis! It’s Courtney’s wedding day and parents Delia and Doc want everything to be perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect and the decorations (if they arrive) will be perfect. Then the doorbell rings. And it all breaks loose. So much for perfect! Penned by comedian and regular guest of Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show, this comedy is also filled with a nostalgic look at family values as the parents reflect on the past and why this wedding is so important—it was the wedding they never had.
Fasten your seat belts for the funniest flight of your life in this high-flying hilarious comedy. Bernard is playing a risky game. He has Italian, German and American fiancées—all airline hostesses with layovers at different times. He hits turbulence when an unexpected schedule change has them all arrive at his apartment at the same time! His best friend Robert and frazzled maid Bertha get tangled up in the ensuing chaos as comedy takes flight in the style of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin. The laughs are mile-high with this classy and classic comedy!
Newlyweds Paul and Corie deal with the challenges of marriage sooner than they’d planned when they move into their tiny, overpriced, run-down apartment. Tension increases when her mother shows up and, against Paul’s better judgement, Corie tries to set her up with their eccentric neighbour from the attic by inviting them to dinner. The honeymoon continues to crumble as everything that can go wrong, does! A classic 60s Broadway hit comedy from the writer of last season’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers.