We’re baaaaack

SPENT returns to the Young Centre this week!!!

Ravi Jain and Adam Paolozza

Ravi Jain and Adam Paolozza

After winning a Dora award and playing to sold out houses in Edinburgh, Mumbai and NYC SPENT opens this Tuesday February 12 at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts for a limited run of 6 performances.
Get tickets HERE

“A wonderful combination of incisive satire and sharp physical comedy… Paolozza and Jain are impeccable!”
– John Kaplan, NOW Magazine

“After SPENT everything else might just seem a little boring… A rare phenomenon in English speaking Canada… I kid you not, what this company has achieved is important.”
– Alvina Ruprecht, CBC Ottawa

Theatre Smith-Gilmour, Why Not Theatre and TheatreRUN in Association with the Young Centre for the Performing Arts present

SPENT

SPENT is a fast paced, satirical commentary on the greed that caused the financial crisis. Conjuring the madness of the 2008 economic downturn, the comedic duo Jain and Paolozza spare no one, impersonating suicidal traders, the BBC world news, those who lost everything and especially the CEO bastards that took your money! Inspired by the techniques of silent film where humour, slapstick and pathos come together in the most imaginative way, SPENT will make you think and make you laugh… all the way to the bank.

Written by Dean Gilmour, Michele Smith, Adam Paolozza and Ravi Jain

Directed by Dean Gilmour and Michele Smith

Featuring Adam Paolozza and Ravi Jain

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