Legoland

SPOTLIGHT ON ALUMNI
By Jacob Richmond
Produced by Atomic Vaudeville

Wildly inventive and darkly funny, this coming-of-age tale chronicles the misadventures of two precocious teens on their odyssey from a hippie-commune to the big city world they call “Legoland.” Acclaimed at festivals across North America, this offbeat comedy is a contemporary vaudeville routine, complete with ukulele, puppets and gangster rap.

“It’s manic fun, wickedly performed…” Toronto Now Magazine

** Rated by the Times Colonist 4.5 stars out of 5! **
“The braininess and original touches in Richmond’s scrip — combined with superior acting and direction — make this one well worth seeking out.”
Adrian Chamberlain

To listen to the theatre review from CBC’s On the Island, click here.

Advisory: This play contains subject matter that is not recommended for those under age 13.

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Show Dates

October 9– 18, 2008
Previews at 8pm: October 7 & 8
Evenings at 8pm: October 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
Matinee at 2pm: October 18

FREE Pre-Show lecture: October 10 at 7 pm
Join Dr. Jennifer Wise in conversation with Atomic Vaudeville founders and Legoland directors, Jacob Richmond and Britt Small. Free and open to everyone, including those with play tickets on alternate evenings.

Sign Language Interpretation: International Deaf interpreter Nigel Howard and Victoria hearing interpreter Mary Warner will provide sign language interpretation for the October 18, Saturday matinee at 2pm.

Box Office: Opens October 1, 2008 , Call: 250.721.8000
For ticket prices or subscription opportunities, click here.

Seating Plan: Chief Dan George

See the media release for this show.

Cast & Creative

Creative Team:

Directed by Jacob Richmond & Britt Small
Set and Costume Design by Janis Ward
Sound Design by Jacob Richmond & Britt Small
Stage Manager Britt Small

Featuring
Celine Stubel (Penny Lamb)
Amitai Marmorstein (Ezra Lamb)

Media Reviews

“It’s manic fun, wickedly performed…” Toronto Now Magazine

** Rated by the Times Colonist 4.5 stars out of 5! **
“The braininess and original touches in Richmond’s scrip — combined with superior acting and direction — make this one well worth seeking out.”
Adrian Chamberlain

To listen to the theatre review from CBC’s On the Island, click here.