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The Way of All Fish & Virtual Reality

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Centre Marcel-Dulude

530 Boulevard Clairevue Ouest

Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC J3V 6B3

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Théâtre St-Bruno Players returns to the stage this November with two short one act comedies

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The Way of All Fish by Elaine May is a ping pong power game played between a self absorbed executive and her seemingly drab secretary. Over an impromptu dinner together, the executive's condescending graciousness drains away as the secretary explains her fantasy of gaining immortality by killing someone famous and successful someone like her boss.

Featuring: Danielle Savoie and Manon Cunningham

Directed by Christopher Brookes

Virtual Reality by Alan Arkin, despite it’s title, has nothing to do with the world of computer generated images. The virtual reality referred to in this play is that of the mind, something that we have all experienced as children when our imagination transported us to a play world of fantasy and adventure. Come and join Lefty and DeRecha, in an empty warehouse, as what was supposed to be the simple task of unpacking and listing the contents of a few crates turns into a weird and wacky expedition into the unknown.

Featuring Andrew Prior and Dave Maynard

Directed by Lise Lavallee and Emily Fleming

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Centre Marcel-Dulude

530 Boulevard Clairevue Ouest

Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC J3V 6B3

Canada

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Organizer Théâtre St-Bruno Players

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Théâtre St-Bruno Players is a non-profit community theatre troupe founded in 1975. With over ninety members of all ages, it is the only amateur theatre troupe in Québec producing plays in both English and French.

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