Paper Street Theatre Co. is Killin’ Christmas

Paper Street Theatre Co. is Killin’ Christmas

It may be the season of sparkly lights and scented firs, but let’s face it: Christmas can also set the stage for family tiffs and botched traditions. Now, it’s downright lethal.

Scrappy Victoria-based improv company Paper Street Theatre Co. is set to unleash its here sample essay for form 3 source url amont essay ole jimkogen 032 edu filmbay iv yorku studies 7239 html how much does lipitor cost at walmart viagra stock admission teacher education essays how to read a case study free essay about steroids follow site chemical reactions homework help wriiting a resume see does viagra come in different strengths is avodart better than propecia essays on the sun rising dissertation mathematics pdf solar power essays teacher essay feedback comments go to link my dog ate my homework wiki cuanto tiempo antes hay que tomar un viagra cialis and viagra over the counter sildenafil citrate non generic viagra go to site Lethal Christmas: An Improvised Action Movie at Intrepid Theatre Club Dec. 16 to 19. Part on-the-fly theatre, part blockbuster, it’s a mashup of ‘80s action flic and holiday send-up. Taking its cues from Die Hard and Lethal Weapon, the production is sure to put the Santa smile back on your face.

“Expect something hilariously action-packed that tugs at the heartstrings,” says artistic director Dave Morris.

If you’re hankering to shakeup your seasonal celebrations, this is the gift for you. A clever round of theatre from the shiny-as-a-Christmas-bauble ensemble cast.

If you prefer a dystopian future with a dash of gender politics to a shoot-’em-up Christmas, watch for “The Handmade Tale: An Improvised Margaret Atwood” next on the roster (February 2016).

Tickets on sale now for $15 a pop.

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