Centennial High School Drama Department Presents A PLAY by Pantsuit Improv

Centennial High School Drama Department Presents A PLAY by Pantsuit Improv

Back in Toronto from just having performed at the Detroit Improv Festival, Pantsuit Improv (Honourable Mention, 2016 Summer Blockbuster Week competition) make their triumphant return to Bad Dog Theatre's Blockbuster Week with a brand-new original premise.

Remember the kids in high school who got spit-talking excited when the spring play was announced? We're them and we're putting on a play you kind of remember from high school English class - plus all the juicy behind-the-scenes drama that goes into making a high school play. Think High School Musical meets The Glass Menagerie, with a healthy dose of acne.

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 at 8pm

Bad Dog Theatre | 875 Bloor Street West

Presented in a double bill with You Being Served?

Loosely based on the popular British show Are You Being Served?, audience will be watching the fun and dramas of the quirky sales clerk of the GOOD SISTAS store.
Featuring Coko Galore, Daphney Joseph, Nigel Downer, Chris Leveille, Rakhee Morzaria, Sharjil Rasool and Callum Wratten


$15 or $10 students/arts-worker

Available at the door or in advance online at baddogtheatre.com

Pantsuit Improv is:

Hamed Dar, Brittney Drysdale, Tara Federko?, Devon Henderson,? Christina Nicolaou,?

Cecilia Serafina?, Jackie Twomey, Terris Taylor and Ivan Yuen.

Pantsuit are graduates of Bad Dog Comedy Theatre's Narrative Studio program, with past direction by Etan Muskat (Interim Artistic Director of Bad Dog Theatre) and training with Jess Bryson (Bad Dog Academy Director), Colin Munch (Second City Toronto mainstage), and Sex T-Rex (2016 Second City Award for Best Comedy, Wasteland). Inspired by captivating storytelling, Pantsuit creates comedic performances that mirror current film and television.

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