Peachy Keen Productions - Winnipeg, MB
V.6 - Tom Hendry Warehouse 
Waking up in a crop circle of your own making.
You are in the middle of it and there are no footprints.
It’s all normal until it’s not.
Profanity in prayer.
From the collaborators of III, Writing on the Stall, Purge, Jellyfish are Immortal, Angels & Aliens, Village Ax and Bizarro Obscure.

Show Info:
60 Minutes


Parental Guidance

Warnings: Coarse language, sexual content, Themes that some audience members may find triggering.

Wed July 13 10:15 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Thu July 14 8:00 PM
Sat July 16 11:30 AM
Sun July 17 4:30 PM
Mon July 18 2:30 PM
Thu July 21 6:15 PM
Sat July 23 11:45 AM
Sun July 24 6:00 PM


Peachy Keen Productions—Tom Hendry Warehouse

With a title like this, one had better be amused. Sydney Hayduk has a great reputation in the theatre community, and deservedly so. Due to a few moves, past Fringe programs were parted with, and a Google search left me hanging with regards to Lindsay Johnson, other than she’s active in theatre in The Peg.

I liked the premise of this play, reminiscent of past Twilight Zone plots.

Sydney is a great physical actor, from the top of her head to the tips of her toes, her whole being is involved. She exudes charm and energy. In stark contrast, Lindsay is far more reserved; and except for the last few minutes, I was going to say I never saw her smile. This isn’t a comedy; so not a criticism, but an observation. I would love to see her do Shakespeare; as I loved the taste we had. She’s a lovely presence on stage, I just feel she could be looser as an actor.

Sci-fi and platonic love are challenging topics and they met the task well.

I was so glad to see the theatre fill up last minute so they had the audience they deserved opening night.

Lisa Campbell