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To write this review, we turn to the wisdom of the well-lubricated women in the back row of the King’s Head on Friday night: “It’s already funny!” they squealed loudly, fully three minutes into the 60-minute gig.

No doubt. Laughs flow as freely as the taps at the fringe’s licensed venue, and it’s easy to see why. After 15 years together, Winnipeg’s own Lee White and Stephen Sim (with a soundtrack by DJ Hunnicutt) are masters of the long-form improv craft. We even suspect they’ve established a comedic Vulcan mind-meld. How else to explain how fluidly they spin audience suggestions (on Friday night: hot springs, a lawyer) into a gut-busting comedy adventure?

Oh, and no matter which night you go, count on a sold-out show.

— Melissa Martin

 

From the Fringe program:

Every CRUMBS show is inspired by the audience and is for "Tonight Only".

CRUMBS and DJ Hunnicutt tour the world with their improvised comedy show to rave reviews and packed venues.

They've been selling out their shows here at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival so fast that you'd better get your tickets now.

This show is like any other CRUMBS show, hilarious and amazing. And, as always, for "Tonight Only".

Improv means anything can happen, and anything usually does happen. Be warned.

 

http://www.crumbscomedy.blogspot.ca/

Recommended For: Mature Audience

Length: 60 min

Tickets: $10

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Warnings: Subject Matter, Language

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