The Excursionists: A Matter of Seconds & Wanderlust
THE EXCURSIONISTS: A MATTER OF SECONDS is written by Jonah Von Spreecken and performed by Jonah Von Spreecken and Christopher Bange. Two English Gentlemen circa 1884, Professor Goggins and Lord Necksycracksy set out through the aether of time in order to deliver an important message to one of history's greatest kings. As fate would have it, traveling through the chasms of time comes with its own consequences. An adventure ensues full of puppetry, sword-fighting, decapitations and a good dose of pomp and perplexity.
"It's Jules Verne hanging out with Terry Gilliam, on a bender and buying a drink for Dr. Who." - Edmonton Journal
WANDERLUST is written & Performed by Martin Dockery and directed by Jean-Michele Gregory. After a decade of temping—both at work and in relationships—a man embarks on a solo trip deep into Africa, trekking from the Atlantic to the Sahara. There he demands an Epiphany. Any Epiphany. Some proof that though we're temporary, we're more than mere temps. A hilarious true tale.
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