Bad Dog Theatre presents Epic Bedtime! @ Bad Dog Theatre Company, Toronto [from 12 to 19 May]

Bad Dog Theatre presents Epic Bedtime!

12 - 19
20:00 - 21:00

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Bad Dog Theatre Company
875 Bloor Street W., Toronto, Ontario M6G 1M4
Two more Fridays of this awesome show!!! 8pm at Bad Dog. Stick around for YES ANDROID at 9:30 for some robotic ROFL.

Winner of the Bad Dog Theatre’s 2016 Blockbuster Week competition, Epic Bedtime is back to blow the roof off your favourite bedtime stories. Epic Bedtime’s talented group of performers will take a the suggestion of a children’s book and improvise their own epic new version, now bigger, better and with way more explosions.

Taking it’s cue from the recent 3D reimagining of some classic children’s novels (The BFG, Alice in Wonderland), this show reinvents familiar stories with creative physicality, dark turns, new thrills and lots and lots of laughs. Every week a new story, every week a new adventure!

Directed by Leigh Cameron (Second City Mainstage) featuring Tim Blair (Featured Players), Ashley Botting (Because News), Jess Bryson (Toronto, I Love You), Liz Johnson (The Show Show), Allie Price (Second City Mainstage), and Anders Yates (SLIP).

Epic Bedtime
8PM | Fridays
April 21st to May 19th
Students/Arts Workers $10 | Adults $15
online or in person at the box office
Bad Dog Comedy Theatre
875 Bloor St. W
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