Larrikin Entertainment and The Yukon Arts Centre - in association with Atomic Vaudeville - proudly present North of The Sixtieth Parallel - A Zeitgeist Cabaret. More easily described by what it might NOT be - variety show, sketch comedy, burlesque, musical theatre (yet the show steals from each of these and more) - this Cabaret is a collective labour of love that pushes theatre kicking and screaming into the future by fusing the common and secret joy of coarse amusement with a conscious desire to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about our uneasy connected existence as people in a community. Think Monty Python meets the Muppet Show. Think spectacular song and dance numbers. Think…actually, try not to think too much at all.
Hot on the heels of their 80th Cabaret in Victoria, and their runaway success with the musicals Ride The Cyclone and Legoland, Atomic Vaudeville are joining forces with Larrikin Entertainment (The Syringa Tree, Often I Find That I Am Naked) and a plethora of local performers to present a whacky, zany, off-the-wall collage of theatrical insanity, singing, dancing, satire, stand-up-sit-down-roll-around comedic relief in which Yukon audiences can indulge at the end of a long, dark winter.
Directed by Britt Small.
Written by Jacob Richmond and Britt Small with Angela Drainville, Jenny Hamilton, Mark Keopke, Katherine McCallum and Claire Ness
Music by Alex Wlasenko
Musical Direction by Scott Maynard
Designed by Michel Gignac, Patrick Matheson, Lea-Ann McNally, Graham Rudge, and RJ Smith
Featuring: Brenda Barnes, Genevieve Doyon, Angela Drainville, Jane Gaudet, Chris Hine, Jeremiah Kitchen, Chris Lovatt, Katherine McCallum, Jim McGeragle, Sarah Murphy, Paris Pick, Kelly Scott, Kaori Torigai, Grant Waters, Brandon Wicke and a superfluity of special celebrity guests
Wednesday, April 17
North of the Sixtieth Parallel: A Zeitgeist Cabaret
Wednesday, April 17 2019
April 17 | 8pm
Old Fire Hall
Doors open at 7:30pm
60 min. no Intermission