The After After Party
Created & Performed by Katey Hoffman & Cheyenne Mabberley
After Party Theatre - Vancouver, BC
V.2 - MTC Up the Alley 
On May 18, 2006 Jules and Fiona, best friends and teenage dirtbags, come to their senses in a park after a night for the ages. With little to no memory of how they got there, they discover the antidote to their fireball-induced amnesia: Ritalin. "F*ing hilarious. There's a kind of genius at work here." - Colin Thomas blog "Fearless. Skilled. Endlessly surprising." - Georgia Straight "Comedic goddesses" - VanPresents 5 STARS WINNER Vancouver Pick-of-the-Fringe, Georgia Straight Critic's Pick

Katey Hoffman & Cheyenne Mabberley

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Matinees



Warnings: Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Strobe Lights, Smoke or Fog

Thu July 18 1:45 PM
Fri July 19 11:00 PM
Sun July 21 6:00 PM
Tue July 23 12:00 PM
Wed July 24 9:30 PM
Thu July 25 12:00 PM
Fri July 26 4:00 PM
Sat July 27 7:00 PM

The After After Party

After Party Theatre—MTC Up the Alley

In lesser hands this show could have been as big a train wreck as its two rather distasteful characters. But it was handled brilliantly with razor sharp comedic timing, unwavering confidence and obvious chemistry. If these two hugely talented women read the phone book, I’m certain it would be just as stupidly hilarious.

Audra Lesosky

The After After Party

After Party Theatre—MTC Up the Alley

Two literal clowns wake up in a park after blacking out from their nights adventures. Through the magic of snorting a ton of Ritalin, they are transported through their memories to try and figure out what the hell happened last night. I too as an audience member spent most of the show trying to figure out what the hell is happening. It was an insane drug trip into the minds to two asshole buffoons. From the breakneck pace to the insane amount of jokes and gags these two ladies were tough to keep up with. It was an insane show guaranteed to offend you at least once. The material was incredibly dark and I felt incredibly uncomfortable at points. I personally don’t find date raping a guy you like to be funny. I also don’t particularly like watching someone’s brains being bludgeoned by a rock. I generally also get queasy at jokes about pedophilia. There were parts of the show I liked but I had a hard time coming back from these very problematic segments. I don’t know that I would recommend this show and still don’t know how I feel about it. I understand that they were trying to make the two main characters unlikable but I feel they went way too far. I would not recommend this show.

Kaitlyn Kriss