So I Was At A Threesome Last Week
by Sons of Tremendous
Sons of Tremendous - Vancouver, BC
V.26 - Creative Manitoba 
The true story of two young comedians and the years of sexual enlightenment, or lack thereof, that led them to one glorious night.

“It takes a lot of courage to be so honest on stage: Arnold and Sparling shed their inhibitions, and even their clothes, in a story you won’t soon forget." - Gigcity.ca

4 STARS “Arnold and Sparling are quick on their feet, have a good eye for a room, and have a fun and genuine relationship. It’s a buddy comedy and is thoroughly enjoyable.” - VUE Weekly

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $10

Genre:
Storytelling

Audience:
Mature
Warnings: Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Nudity, Some crude, self-deprecating humour.
Wed July 18 7:30 PM
Thu July 19 6:30 PM
Fri July 20 9:30 PM
Sat July 21 6:30 PM
Sun July 22 8:00 PM
Mon July 23 8:00 PM
Tue July 24 9:30 PM
Wed July 25 5:00 PM
Thu July 26 9:30 PM
Fri July 27 6:00 PM
Sat July 28 8:30 PM
Sun July 29 2:00 PM

So I Was At A Threesome Last Week

Sons of Tremendous—Creative Manitoba

The show features two “bros” relating a story about how they ended up in the midst of a threesome; if you look for any more depth than that, you won’t find it. It’s a singular topic but it’s one that they cover quite well. Ask a hormonal teenage boy just reaching manhood what he thinks about engaging in a threesome. You know what the answer is likely to be—but what if the threesome involves two guys and one girl? What if the other guy is your friend?

This exploration digs into the psyche of what happens when the situation actually knocks at your door? True to the subject, this is not a road to personal actualisation or enlightenment; this is more of a high school boys’ night out where they tell tales of conquest.

It’s funny but not hilarious. If you’re looking for a light-hearted laugh to lighten the evening, this show’s for you. If you’re looking for a coming-of-age growth saga, this isn’t it.

The main entrance requires you to climb 75 steps up four floors—don’t let that stop you from seeing the show though. If you have mobility problems, the kind folks at Creative Manitoba are happy to lead you to their elevator.

Ray Yuen