A match made in Glee Town

Atomic Vaudeville teams up with a second year graduating class from the Canadian College of Performing Arts for their Spring Cabaret.

Anna Kaliya and Wes Borg perform a song at Atomic Vaudeville's New Year Cabaret. The Spring Cabaret features a 23-member second-year graduating class from the Canadian College of Performing Arts, March 15-17 at the Victoria Event Centre.

What happens when you combine the creative stylings of Atomic Vaudeville (AV) with a spunky 23-member class from the Canadian College of Performing Arts? It’s like a match made in Glee town.

The two are teaming up after AV artistic directors Jacob Richmond and Britt Small, who have been teaching a creative content class at the college, invited their students to join them in presenting their Spring Cabaret, Nosferatu Presents: Digital Sunshine: (as performed by the year 2 graduating class of the Canadian College of Performing Arts who were on their way to Galiano Island to present Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical thrillride CATS when their bus broke down near Nosferatu’s spooky castle and he made them perform a musical about their generation while still in their cat costumes).

The show also features James Insell as Nosferatu, Mike Delamont as Andrew Lloyd Webber, Morgan Cranny dressed as Peter Criss, and Wes Borg as a hippy teacher named Skylar.

“It’s all over the place as usual. There’s even a wedding at the end,” says Small. M

 

NOSFERATU presents:DIGITAL SUNSHINE

March 15-17 at 8pm at the Victoria Event Centre – 1415 Broad Street.

Advance tickets ($18/$22) on sale at Rebel Rebel (585 Johnson) or at the door.

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