Me squared. It’s me before knowing or accepting who I am. It’s me hidden, disguised, concealed beneath appearances. It’s me before understanding that being myself, the one and only me, is the ideal that is priceless. Me Squared is a contemporary work that addresses questions that are particularly sensitive at the dawn of adolescence, and explores the sometimes tortuous path in the quest of self and others. Three protagonists evolve in a space reminiscent of abandoned buildings, a space that transforms with belonging and rejection, with separations and reconciliation. Shadow play and subtle lighting effects serve to accentuate the different personalities. In a highly energetic and athletic movement style, the characters dance from one “me” to another, hoping finally to be someone in the midst of others.
The creepy and kooky, and altogether ooky Addams family visit the family crypt for an annual gathering of all family members (living, dead, and undecided) to celebrate what it is to be an Addams. A adult Wednesday Addams reveals a secret to her father Gomez on the same night that she brings home a normal boy and his family for dinner. Between the "normal" acting Addams family and a normal family trying to be polite, hi-jinx ensue in hilarious scenes and musical numbers.
Christopher Hall is the former principal clarinet of the Orchestre Métropolitain in Montréal (Yannick Nézet-Seguin) who found work in the orchestra far too serious! So now, instead of joking around while sitting in the orchestra, he performs as a stand up comedian, and does various television and radio shows. But whatever you do, DO NOT take this man seriously!
Host and Gemini Award-winning actor/comedian Shaun Majumder hails from Burlington, Newfoundland (population 350). He starred in the Farrelly Brothers Fox comedy Unhitched in 2008 before his Comedy Central Presents special debuted; he’s since appeared on 24, Cedric the Entertainer Presents, and was a cast member of This Hour Has 22 Minutes. His documentary series Majumder Manor told the story of his dream to transform his home town into a high-end, sustainable tourist destination and ran for 2 seasons on the W Network.
Rydell High's spirited class of '59-gum-chewing, hub-cap-stealing, hotrod-loving boys wearing leatherjackets and their wise-cracking girls in teased curls, bobby sox, and pedal pushers-capture the look and sound of the 1950s in a rollicking musical that salutes the rock 'n' roll era. While hip Danny Zuko and wholesome Sandy Dumbrowski resolve the problems of their mutual attraction for each other, the gang sings and dances its way through such nostalgic scenes as the pyjama party, the prom, the burger palace, and the drive-in movie.