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Winnipeg sketch-comedy masters Hot Thespian Action hit the stage with the guaranteed fringe hit Body Language.

See the hilarious Good Time Girls celebrate a 30th birthday at the unlikeliest of concerts. Watch the keenly anticipated “reality” show Back-Up Singer Idol, or maybe you’d like to play a round of the newest game-show sensation, Is He Gay? There’s little doubt that Hot Thespian Action will have something for any comedy fan.

One of the troupe’s most striking elements is in the sketches where they stay silent, as in Rag Doll, and allow their classic physical comedy (and their own unique styles) to take over the spotlight. If you’re already a fan, you have your tickets. If you’ve never seen Hot Thespian Action, what are you waiting for?

— Barb Stewart

 

 

 

From the Fringe program:

Three-time Best of Fest winners and Canadian Comedy Award nominees Hot Thespian Action return to the Winnipeg Fringe with a brand new offering of their trademark physical, musical and inventive comedy. 100% guaranteed* to make you laugh.

*This is not a guarantee.

Reviews for previous HTA shows:

"This is about as good as comedy gets, at the Fringe or anywhere else." – CBC

5 STARS - Winnipeg Free Press, CBC, Uptown, Winnipeg Sun, Examiner.com

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $10

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