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The Peter 'n Chris Show! with Peter n' Chris!!

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Music, melodrama and physical mayhem propel this high-energy comedy from Vancouver’s Peter Carlone and Chris Wilson to absurd heights.

But it’s controlled chaos, as madcap roommates Peter and Chris try to come to terms with their need to pay rent and their desire to cling to youthful dreams of theatrical success. Chris’s efforts to sabotage Peter’s interview for a coffee-shop job lead to impromptu veterinary surgery, an action-packed chase scene and a near-death experience involving a plastic six-pack ring — along with a few punchy dance numbers and an awkward nocturnal admission.

Deftly constructed, fast and furiously funny.

Pat St. Germain

From the official Fringe Festival guide:

Peter 'n Chris want to do good deeds to your funny bone! So let them! And get ready for hilarious adventure following two young men who refuse to grow up.

"Utterly hilarious" - Monday Magazine, Victoria

"Comedy duos don’t get much fresher" - Vancouver Sun

"Fun! Physically inventive … these two have energy to burn and they’re never boring" - The Georgia Straight


Warnings: Subject Matter, Hilarity
RECOMMENDED:
General Audience

60 min

MTC Up the Alley (Venue 2), to Saturday

Tickets: $10
Under 13 not admitted.

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