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Loose Moose Shenanigans this weekend!

You know, it’s funny. We’re mid moving house right now, I’m up to my ears in boxes and cleaning products and yet, the thought of performing both tonight and tomorrow night at the Moose – far from being exhausting – is the only thing keeping me hangin’ in there!

I’m so excited, our team has a secret theme tonight – I tried my costume on last week and could not stop laughing just wearing it. I’ll try to post some pics after the event. It’s the Grand Final tonight, our team made it in by a nose – whatever happens I’m sure that my personal state at having sniffed way too much Ajax will go a long way to contributing to a delirious night of improv.

Oh yeah, so if you are in Calgary, here’s the deets:

TONIGHT (Friday – Black, Purple, Rainbow, whatever)
Loose Moose Theatresports Grand Final
Tix: $12 adult, $10 concession
Loose Moose Theatre @ Crossroads Market

TOMORROW (Saturday – back to normal non-color specific days)
Gorilla Theatre
Tix: $12 adult, $10 concession
Loose Moose Theatre @ Crossroads Market

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