A show about trash, psychiatry, love, anger, political correctness... and bad poetry.
What happens when a famous TV grouch (no names mentioned) is ordered to attend psychiatric counselling after a violent altercation with another cast member? This irreverent one-man show reveals the hidden depths behind an iconic pop-culture character (his childhood, his youthful ambitions) and shows how even the grouchiest of us have feelings too. More info here.
Coming to Bread and Circus (Kensington Market), after a successful run at last year's Bad Dog Theatre Short Play Festival.
With special opening act: sketch comedy by Uncle Mao and the Red Star Review -- in their last-ever performance.
Tickets can be reserved at (416) 925-8898 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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