CHUTZPAH à GO-GO
FOREVER FOR NOW
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When he loses his girlfriend, gets hit by a speeding car and winds up in the local hospital, Paul Marshall knows he's having a bad day. At the hands of the inept Dr. Ryan, Paul begins a hilarious musical journey beyond life and through the wonders of Purgatory, where he meets Saints, sinners and celestial strays. Searching for the gates of Heaven while trying to avoid the evil Suzette, Paul discovers Purgatory might not be Paradise, but it sure beats the competition!
Full of slapstick comedy and great music, FOREVER FOR NOW is a laugh-filled evening that CBC Radio called, " like Second City let loose in an emergency ward."
A musical comedy by Randy Vancourt
The year is 1961 and the setting is the broadcast studio of THOSE KRAZY KIDZ, a radio show reminiscent of The Happy Gang. It seems that their style of radio show just can't compete in a world turning increasingly to television; the cast, all in their mid to late 20's, are shocked to learn that they have been cancelled. After five years of gainful employment each of the characters now faces an unknown future in their own way; denial, avoidance and ultimately acceptance.
Featuring five high-energy actors and musicians and a '60-style rock & roll score, MARKING TIME is an evening of laughs and fun. It's a perfect musical for summer stock or student productions.
Combining song, dance, satire and shtick, these multi-talented performers present an irreverent portrait of their town. In its own irrepressible way,CHUTZPAH à GO-GO celebrates the ongoing contribution of Yiddishkite to North American culture. It's as familiar as Bubbe's chicken soup and matzoh balls...and it will stay with you as long.
CHARACTERS: 2 Male / 2 Female
A comedy by Randy Vancourt
Fifteen years ago Max, Todd, Howard and Crash graduated university. Those years spent together created a close bond of friendship between them, one which they vowed to continue. During one final night of debauchery they concocted a unique plan: they pooled their money and purchased a rare bottle of one-hundred year old Port with the agreement that they would all meet up again in ten years' time and consume it.
Opening their bottle of Port was meant to be a celebration of where their lives had taken them. In an evening full of laughs, old rivalries and comic misunderstandings, they examine the camaraderie they once shared. Slowly they come to the conclusion that perhaps their bottle of fine wine isn't the only thing that was rare, valuable and easily smashed.