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FoundFest 2015: Whimsical imagination at Forever Never Always Here

Any show that is performed by two improv troupes roaming to various locations throughout the city is going to have an element of whimsy and comedy, but  468 more words

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five top five - Sarah Mitchell of VIP Event Consultants

it is our pleasure to introduce Sarah of VIP Event Consultants to you today! with years of experience in the edmonton wedding industry, and portfolio overflowing with classy, elegant designs, she’s just the person you want for a beautiful, well-executed wedding day. 722 more words

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Ep 68: Long Form Interview

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Guests: Matthew Schuurman, Gabriel Richardson, Joel Crichton & Christine DeWitt
With: Wesley Topplecatch

It’s a long-form interview with our long-form improv guests! Taylor and a special guest host chat up Matthew Schuurman, Gabe Richardson, Christine DeWitt and Joel Crichton of Rapid Fire Theatre. 34 more words

What It Is

Bonfire Festival: playing with matches

That’s impossible! It’s one of the operating principles of high-level improv. And it was in strikingly in evidence at the opening night of Rapid Fire Theatre’s third annual Bonfire Festival Tuesday. 370 more words

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Discovering the little gems in Edmonton #10 - Rapid Fire Theatre

I’m making room in my schedule to enjoy at least one new thing in Edmonton every month, something different I’ve never done before. My attempt to try at least ONE new thing each month—how ever big or small—landed me at a musical theatre show last month and in the largest, most fun wine store in Edmonton. 173 more words

My Life In A Nutshell

Season 1 Episode 7

While Paul is away playing judge at Rapid Fire Theatre’s WildFire Festival, Fawnda tracks down improv Man-About-Town Vince Forcier to review L’Uni Theatre’s presentation of the marvellous, gravity-defying physical theatre show, LEO. 8 more words

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The Rapid Fire dating service

Scenes from modern life (or why people resist public helpfulness and embrace celibacy). A. “So, I have this smart friend who reads Thomas Pynchon. And I just think he’d be perfect for you — oh, just FYI, he hasn’t been outside his mother’s basement since the late ’90s….” B. 444 more words

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