THE BAD DOG THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS: WHEDONESQUE; FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
A HOLIDAY THEMED RE-IMAGINING OF DR. HORRIBLE'S SING ALONG BLOG, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and FIREFLY ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 28th at 8PM, 9PM and 10PM.
$12 per show/ $10 for students (available in advance)
MULTI-SHOW PASSES AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
2 shows = $20/$15 for students
3 shows = $25/$20 for students
Call 416.551.6540 or find tickets here to reserve your multi-show passes now.
From the creator of Dr. Whom, Downtown Abbey, and the SOLD OUT smash hit Whedonesque, comes the highly anticipated Whedonesque; For the Holidays an improvised re-imagining of three of Joss Whedon?s most beloved shows just in time for New Years. Director Darryl Pring has assembled the country?s most talented improvisers to help bring Joss Whedon?s iconic characters back to life. Starting at 8pm with Dr. Horrible?s Sing Along Blog, continuing at 9:00pm with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and ending with Firefly at 10pm, this promises to be an amazing night of yuletide comedy.
With a cast full of Canadian Comedy Award winners, Whedonesque promises to engage both fans of
Whedon?s work and newcomers alike. Who will Dr. Horrible kiss as the ball drops? Find out at 8pm in this unscripted musical tribute to Dr. Horrible?s Sing Along Blog including musical accompaniment by
At 9 pm the incredibly popular Buffy The Vampire Slayer returns to the stage for an hour of unscripted comedy. Get ready for some of that beloved miraculous Sunnydale snow!
Finally at 10pm another incredible cast join forces to pay homage to Whedon's cult classic Firefly. Following a similar narrative structure to show?s most beloved episodes, watch as these improvisers create new stories and relationships with your favourite characters.
The cast includes: Rob Norman (Mantown), Alice Moran (Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody), Kris Siddiqi (Second City), Chris Gibbs (Just for Laughs), Aurora Browne (Second City), Matt Folliott (K$M) Ashley Botting (Second City), Trevor Martin (Night of the Living Dead Live), Nigel Downer (Second City), Sean Tabares (Dr. Whom), Jess Bryson (Final Frontier).