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Illuminati 3: The End of the World

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Fans of the first two instalments of Joseph Aragon’s Illuminati musicals will be pleased as punch with Illuminati 3: The End of the World. What Illuminati conspiracy would be complete without tangoing Nazis, evil robots, epic space battles, the discovery of Shambhala and proof of the multiverse?

The amateur cast is a bit uneven and there are some issues with the volume of the backing tracks versus solo vocalists, but even those issues can’t put a damper on the campy fun. As the android Echelon, the show’s standout Kami Desilets counterbalances any problems with her savvy skills (she also choreographed the show). Joseph Aragon’s fine tunes and over-the-top story make Illuminati 3 silly, hummable fun for all.

— Barb Stewart

 

From the Fringe program:

The third and final instalment of the Illuminati saga! The dread society is mounting its biggest assault ever, and Dexter, Ethel and Echelon the Android must face innumerable logic-defying dangers! Nazis! Gunfire! Fisticuffs! Space battles! And the return of an old nemesis. But our heroes always come through, and by the end, the world will once again be saved!... right?...

"This is one secret society that shouldn't be kept a secret. HHHH½" - Winnipeg Free Press (Illuminati II, 2011)

 

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 75 min

Tickets: $10

Discount Tickets: $9 for Wearing a tinfoil hat

 

Warnings: Language, Gunshots

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