FRINGE ENCORE - PRECINCT: An Improvised Cop Comedy

MainLine Theatre & Goddamn Bear

Precinct is 45 minute improvised narrative. This means the performers know who their characters are but no idea where the story will end up (spoiler: it's always hilarious). Andy Assaf, Dimitri Kyres, and Jason Grimmer play the three main cops: soft-hearted Carl "Carly" Boucher, short-fused John Calgary, and gruff step-father of five Captain Bill Garber. Other guests will be announced soon! Together these tough cops are cleaning up the mean streets of Montreal's Plateau one perp at a time!

Starring Andy Assaf, Jason Grimmer, and Dimitri Kyres.
Directed by Brent Skagford

Nominated for Best Comedy Award by Just For Laughs - Fringe 2017
Winner of the Visual Identity Award - Fringe 2017

"Literally cried laughing throughout Precinct: An Improvised Cop Story"
- Jim Burke, Montreal Gazette

"...had the sold-out audience absolutely roaring from the first moments to the last"
- CultMTL

"For sustained belly-laugh-inducing comedy, it’s hard to beat this cornucopia of cop movie clichés."
- Montreal Gazette

"A non-stop action thrill ride that will have you howling with laughter!"
- Montreal Theatre Hub

Tickets can also be bought by calling 514-849-FEST
Stay tuned for more FRINGE ENCORE ANNOUNCEMENTS.

FRINGE ENCORE is a new series presented by MainLine Theatre October 4-7, 2017. Featuring talent from this year's and past year's festivals, encore celebrates the best of the fest by giving you more! Curated by MainLine Theatre's Executive and Artistic Director, Amy Blackmore.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

BILLETS / TICKETS

Générale / Regular : 12.00$

45 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 12+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 45 minutes

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