The 11 O'Clock Number: Life Is a MusicalIn one of those "only in Orlando experiences," the subject of the preview performance happened to be a VIP tour guide at Universal, which the players spun into a surreal action movie involving rollercoaster-obsessed bloggers trying to blow up Islands of Adventure during a visit by the balding, bearded Princess of South Korea (who sounded suspiciously Canadian). The fact that some of the cast obviously knew the attractions, while others didn't have a clue, only made their on-the-spot storytelling more entertainingly absurd. Even so, they still had more solid plotting than some scripted shows, wrapping up all the loose ends with clever callbacks to bring the story full circle.
Grindstone Theatre - Edmonton, ON, Canada
7 DATES THROUGH MAY 29, 2016
Length: 60 Min
Rating: 13 & Up – Potential For Strong Language
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