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07/05/2016 00:00:00 Alpha Delta 86 Downtown $10 - $19

Award winning Barcelona based theatre company Can Ducks Fly are taking their first show Alpha Delta 86 to Toronto and Ottawa Fringe in 2016. Alpha Delta 86 follows two clownesque spies who covertly listen to international phone conversations, discover incriminated citizens and sentence them accordingly. These two women work in a dystopian Alpha Delta office. They have been entrusted with the responsibility of finding loved up miscreants in the vicinity and sending them for quarantine. Unfortunately, they are more interested in eating biscuits than finding culprits. A comic, Lecoq style, physical theatre show including audience participation, use of a typewriter as musical accompaniment and biscuit eating spies.

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