Whiskaye Films on stage
In one month you are going to be able to catch all of Whiskaye Films at the Arts Club! Jameson and David are back on stage, while Anami creates the music for the return of their award-winning hit “The Bomb-itty of Errors”. Originally produced in 2012 by Twenty Something Theatre and Temporary Thing (a company founded by Jameson and Brian Cochrane) the show went on to be nominated for four Jessie Awards – Best Production, Best Director, Best Costume Design and Significant Artistic Achievement for Ensemble Performance – eventually winning two of them (Costume and Ensemble Performance). The production was then picked up by the Arts Club Theatre Company as part of their 50th Anniversary Season and will be playing at the Revue Stage from April 10 – May 10, 2014 (so really, really soon). “A fast-paced, musical “ad-rap-tation” of Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identities, this show infuses Elizabethan times with hip-hop flavour. The actors sing, rap, and rhyme catchy and laugh-out-loud songs that retain much of the Bard’s original text—all while a DJ spins original music onstage. The tale involves not one but two sets of twins who grow up unaware of his zygote-mate’s existence, but, fear not, their lives will indeed intersect in hilarious and madcap ways. It’s a comedy, after all.” Tickets are going fast so make sure you follow the link above to get yours before they all go and if you still aren’t convinced check out the trailer below.