Presented in partnership with the Richmond Cultural Centre.
So, if you came to our sold-out Laughter is the Best Medicine show, you know that with your help and the generous support of Nicola Wealth Management, we raised over $3000 for Richmond Family Place. If you didn’t make it, where were you?
Don’t worry, there’s still one more chance to see us before we wrap for the season. Come out on Thursday, June 6, at 7pm. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for students and seniors, and can be reserved in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
With Oscar season in full swing, we look at some lesser known appearances by our Pickle mascots.
Life of Pickle: A terrible accident results in a tiger having to survive for weeks at sea with a dangerous talking, anthropomorphic pickle. Spoiler alert: the pickle was a figment of the tiger’s imagination all along.
That’s it for Pickle’s 2011-2012 season! Thanks to everyone who came out to our June finale. Our performers will now hibernate for the summer, but don’t worry: they’ll be back in the fall for another season of improvised comedy!
TMP is very proud to announce that our very own Jon Lee-Son has won a Richmond Arts Award! Jon received his award in the category of Arts Education, which, to quote the city’s description, “recognizes an individual or organization whose achievements and contributions to arts education have been significant and far reaching.”
We are, of course, very proud of Jon and all that he’s done for TMP and for the city of Richmond. To celebrate those achievements, here’s a drawing of Jon as Wolverine:
Truly, Jon is the best at what he does. Congrats, Jonny.
There’s nothing more nostalgically pleasing than the familiar theme from an old TV show. With that in mind, here’s something for those of you who remember a simpler time, when former St. Louis Cardinals infielders worked as line-in nannies for high-powered ad execs.
Also, come see our Who’s The Boss? Improv, coming up on May 10 at the Richmond Arts Centre!