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Bad Girls: Dangerous Curves

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In this series of dramatic sketches these girls are not bad in the Mae West sense. And that’s not good.

The Calgary quintet — who also perform in fringe comedy Sunny Side Up — present a quartet of campfire tales in which girls and women do bad things in an extremely earnest fashion.

An unhinged housewife chats up a twitchy stranger. A creepy female stalker’s histrionics lead to an obvious conclusion. A ghost haunts a bride for what seems like an eternity. And a trio of naughty schoolgirls play a bizarre, sexually charged game that would be hilarious if they just ramped up the camp in a finale that comes tantalizingly close to so-bad-it’s-good status.

— Pat St. Germain

From the Fringe program:

Good girls help you move, bad girls help you move the bodies.

This collection of short plays features edgy, tough-talking, dangerous women you never want to cross.

Come find out what happens when you do cross them.

Also check out "BAD GIRLS: Sunny Side Up".

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 75 min

Tickets: $10

Warnings: Language, Nudity

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