An afternoon of short films and roundtable discussion with local comedy troupe Good Morning Apocalypse, featuring the music of Scott Cooper, shown at La Clé D’La Baie on February 25th.
Penetanguishine: Award-winning local comedy troupe Good Morning Apocalypse is ready to Escape to L.A.! With their newest short film “Spoons” nominated as one of the Top 16 films of the 48 Hour Film Project, GMA is preparing for a screening at the Director’s Guild of America. But before they head south, they want to share their work with the community that has supported them every step of the way.
Come out for an afternoon screening of all the short films that Good Morning Apocalypse has produced, including the award-winning film “The Beast.” This showing will include live music from local talent Scott Cooper, who provided the score for these films. This will be followed by a roundtable with members of Good Morning Apocalypse, who will speak about their roles in creating these films, and of the process of envisioning, shooting and then editing a short film within 48 hours
Show will be performed Feb 25th at La Clé D’La Baie, at 3:00 pm.
Not intended for young audiences
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This Valentine’s Day, join award-winning comedy troupe Good Morning Apocalypse at the MCC for dinner and a show, as they perform their brand-new adult-themed Valentine’s Day comedy revue: Bad Dates!
February 14th, come to the one comedy show the embraces the dark side of Valentine’s Day: All the broken hearts it leaves lying in its wake! From blind-dating Debra, who has to face the peculiar challenge of breaking up with a mime, to a harrowing date gone wrong at Count Chocula’s castle, to the unwelcome ghostly visitors to a romantic Patrick Swayze-themed date, we celebrate all the ways that Cupid’s arrow can miss the mark. And this is one show that will leave you feeling a little more love in your heart, since a portion of proceeds go to Operation Grow, a new project developed by Huronia Transition Homes. So grab your sweet little heartbreaker and come on out… ‘cause the only ones having a good date will be the audience!
“This Award is presented to an emerging Midland area cultural contributor in celebration of current accomplishments and future potential. The Jury may consider nominees of any age who have recently engaged in a cultural activity.”
The awards ceremony will be held Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM the Midland Cultural Centre. GMA will also be performing at the event, showcasing some new sketches from our upcoming revue, Coal Patrol. Tickets are free, but limited. Reserve your ticket ASAP at the MCC box office or online, here.
Good Morning Apocalypse is getting OUT of the holiday spirit with their newest, tongue-in-cheek Christmas revue, Coal Patrol, November 24 and December 7, 2017 at Midland Cultural Centre in Midland, Ontario.
Enjoy a seasonal buffet dinner (prepared by Café Roxy) as you sit back and enjoy the award-winning comedy troupe Good Morning Apocalypse perform their brand-new adult-themed Christmas comedy revue.
Leave the little ones at home with visions of sugarplums dancing in their head, because there’s stuff in this show that will put anyone on the Naughty List. From a Batman hellbent on stopping kids from singing “Jingle Bells, Batman Smells,” to the moment that Rudolph finally snaps from all the insults and abuse, to the production problems at the Red Ryder BB Gun Factory, every character in this comedy revue is poised to get a lump of the black stuff in their stocking this holiday. Forget Red and Green.. This Christmas, we’re getting Back in Black!
Looking for something new to do for your office holiday party? Or maybe you are looking for a fun girls night out? Coal Patrol is the perfect way to laugh away the holiday blues.
The challenge began last evening when the team was given their “challenge pack” consisting of a genre, a character, a prop and a line of dialogue that must be included in the film. We’re going to keep our challenge pack close to the chest for now (spoilers!).
Although the film will be completed by tomorrow night, we won’t be able to show you the film or tell you much of anything about it until the competition closes at the end of November. Stay tuned here or follow us on social media (FB, TW, IG) to see the results!
Now that the GMA crew has rested up a bit, we’re ready to reflect on our hugely successful Toronto Fringe Festival show, 13 Ways the World Ends.
We all had an amazing 9 show run, including our extra Patron’s Pick performance at the Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace. Our the audiences for our mainly SOLD OUT run were so kind and electric! (#NoRobo)
Click to read more about our amazing reviews, awards and more!
Hailing from Midland & Penetanguishene, ON, the creative minds behind Maple Valley Comedy and Silent Heist bring you a brand new comedy revue. After performing to sold out audiences at the 2017 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, they are thrilled to be back in Toronto and excited to be a part of the Toronto Fringe Festival for the very first time together, with this comedy revue about the end of the world.
More accurately, the “ends” of the world. Because in this show, the world meets its end in no less than thirteen different ways! Meet the soccer moms who fend off waves of zombie hordes between playdates. Follow a young couple in their date to the Tree Museum, which also comes with free entry to the Bee Museum. Watch as No Sick Days Mary turns a case of the sniffles into a new global pandemic. And join the Johnsons, as they watch the sun go out the way that God intended… as a family, gosh darn it.
13 Ways the World Ends will be performed from July 5-16, at the Theatre Passe Muraille. Tickets are $10.