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The Spark: A Hero Takes Charge

 

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As a mash up of silver screen and stage performance, a young lady's life changes forever when her dear father dies in a crash. The rest is a fresh retelling of our favourite hero tales—only this time the hero is a bit more of an onlooker than they had hoped. The smartest girl in town gets a chance to be the real hero, as she learns the harsh lessons of life. Perfectly timed props fly through the air on what appears to be magic, and the filmed parts time out perfectly with the live actions. The performance is original and genuinely funny—featuring jokes that are well thought out and obviously written by a team of professionals. Accidental Humour Co. and Transcendent Café have made a production worth seeing. Reviewed by Talis Hardy.
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  • 8:00 pm - 2017/08/18
  • 2:15 pm - 2017/08/19
  • 6:30 pm - 2017/08/21
  • 10:00 pm - 2017/08/24
  • 12:00 pm - 2017/08/27



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Posted 2017/08/19 by


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One Review


  1.  
    Crystal

    Anytime I see Accidental Humor Co in the Fringe program, I automatically buy tickets to their show. I don’t even read the description of the play; I just know it will be amazing. The Spark did not disappoint! I loved every minute of it. The subtle jokes, especially on the pre-filmed bits, were spot on! Hands down my favourite I’ve seen thus far!





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