Kitchener Waterloo Little Theatre Presents
Ode to Humanity, or the History of the Human Race – Abridged
A historically inaccurate look at the evolution of the human race
No one is spared mockery in this comedic take on the history of our existence. Ode to Humanity, or the History of the Human Race – Abridged, is back by popular demand and set to run at the 2007 London Fringe Festival and the 2007 Hamilton Fringe Festival. First performed at the KWLT’s July One Act Festival in 2006, it was the little play that could from the little theatre that could. Charming even the most academically astute, ‘Ode’ guffawed its way into the hearts of
20 companies will be performing in four venues at the Downtown Arts Centre (28 Rebecca Street) while one company performs at the Pearl Company (16 Steven Street).
Tickets are only $8 each and available at the door. A Fringe Pass ($60 for 10 performances and can be used for two people) can be purchased in advance at the Fringe Office in Jackson Square (just along from Denniger’s). Everyone needs to buy a Fringe “Backer” Button ($2 each). Once bought the button is good throughout the entire Festival (as long as you don’t lose it).
Written and Performed by Tony Molesworth
While reading The Daily newspaper Tony Molesworth a Veteran of the comedy scene presents A fast paced a series of comedic funny one liners and Topical commentary in a Leno-esk style Monologue of about The daily News on a wide range of Headline subjects like Environment, Religion, Health, Travel, Financial, Crime, Sports, Entertainment ,Science and The of course the Personals. A collection of 20 years of writing comedy and jokes boiled down Into 50 min show . Hundreds of wise cracked asides on everything we see in the Newspaper that will Machine gun your funny bone.. More »