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  • When Grandma Brezec dies, estranged twins Orson and Ursula find out that one of them is adopted! Too bad Grandma couldn’t remember which. Their inheritance at stake, the twins must dig through the family history of legends, lies and sex - with bears. Titillated?
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June 29, 2006


Greg Mackie

Hey guys -- I love the blog. I'm currently at my parents' place, aka Asterlea farm, in hot n' dry Manitoba. I told my mother about Chairman Meow's "part" in the play, and she was greatly amused, though she worries that you might be coming here for, ahem, further "material" -- I reassured her that there's enough rural prairie eccentricuty in the play already. I have to quibble with the Saskatoon venue, and this marks a *new* entry on my immortal shitlist. What the fuck is Broadway "Avenue"??!? That's SOOOOOOO lame. Anyone who knows anything knows that in a street name like Broadway is a one-namer: it's the Cher of street names. Sophisticated places like New York, Winnipeg and Vancouver know this, but clearly out in the bumblefuck backwoods (oh, Sakatchewan!) they haven't figured this out.


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