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Early Show (doors 630, show 7) – Sketch 4 Showcases
Late Show (doors 830, show 9) – JAM SHOW

On Wednesday, May 25, we have a comedy show for everyone. First, at 8, we debut THREE brand new, hilarious high-concept Sketch 4 shows: Party Bus by Stacey McLachlan, Ford Stone's Untitled Tiki Drama by Ryan Anderson and The Event: Open House by Denea Campbell. With so much variety and talent on the stage, it's safe to say this show will feature all types of rock (titles!).

Then at 9:30 it's the return of JAM SHOW, a show that connects improvisers from all over the improv community (if you're not a BTC student, come through!) for one-off scenes and games, hosted by Aaron Read. All are welcome, come jam!

Blind Tiger Comedy presents: All Kinds of Rock
Little Mountain Gallery (195 E 26th Avenue)
Wednesday, May 25. Doors 7:30. 
$5 or free for current BTC students!

EARLY SHOW - 8PM

Sketch 4 puts students in the drivers seat, as they create 20-25-minute shows in collaboration with Caitlin Howden of the Sunday Service. On Wednesday, we'll see:

PARTY BUS by Stacey McLachlan
One woman's bold attempt to resurrect a broken friendship quickly turns into a hostage situation. But with, like, black lights and air horns so it's totally fun, don't even worry about it.

The Event: Open House by Denea Campbell
Denea Campbell wants to invite you to a post-apocalyptic open house. Come on a walking tour through her comedic mind and who knows you might end up moving in or being moved. 
Who knows, it's too soon to say.

Ford Stone's Untitled Tiki Drama by Ryan Anderson
Four washed up actors drying out their ambitions in a little-used tiki bar when a producer walks in and shakes up a brand new life cocktail that might just feature their very own ingredients. The only filmed show in Sketch 4 history, Ford Stone's Untitled Tiki Drama will be debuted on screen Wednesday!

LATE SHOW - 930PM

If you've never done one of Aaron Read's signature JAM SHOW's, you've never experienced one of life's most unique, weird quixotic joys. Improvisers of any creed or colour can (and should!) come through, throw their hat in the ring, and jam led by Aaron Read and featuring the Blind Tiger everyone-in-the-community. Be there for the last jam of the semester!

Earlier Event: May 24
Little Mountain Improv
Later Event: May 26
Jokes Please