Atomic Vaudeville debuts its annual winter show

FEMIMAS: Let it Bro, Let it Bro, Let it Bro, features a homegrown cast, including Morgan Cranny, Victor Dolhai and Taylor Lewis

Fresh off of the premiere of Ride the Cyclone in Chicago, Atomic Vaudeville—Victoria’s much-beloved comedy cabaret—is set to stage their annual winter show for three nights only on December 29th, 30th, and 31st at the Victoria Event Centre.

This episode—titled FEMIMAS: Let it Bro, Let it Bro, Let it Bro—features a homegrown cast, including Morgan Cranny, Victor Dolhai, Kelly Hobson and Taylor Lewis, among so many more.

Pointing their scope on bro culture, this episode maintains the infectious cabaret quality that AV has perfected in 70 shows over the past 11 years: trademark dance routines, songs, fight sequences and the outrageous monologues that the group’s dedicated audiences have come to love.

Victoria is invited to come out and experience AV’s singular uniqueness from Dec. 29, 30, and 31 at 8pm each evening at the Victoria Event Centre (1415 Broad Street).

Tickets available at the door or through ticketrocket.co

 

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