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Rebel Without a Cosmos

Rebel Without a Cosmos

FOUR STARS! (out of four)
"sheer comic bliss: as funny as you could dream of, but also full of real wisdom and razor-sharp satire." - Toronto Star

The Second City boldly journeys to hilarious new dimensions in the famed comedy troupe's Fall 2014 Mainstage Revue, Rebel Without a Cosmos.

In this hysterical and irreverent new collection of satiric sketches, songs, and improvisations, Canada's elite squad of comedic explorers set out on a daring mission to amuse, delight, and maybe figure out where humanity has gone wrong. Along the way, The Second City's adventurers will defy physics, flout convention, forge new relationships, and probably stop once or twice for directions. Relying on their big brains and razor-sharp comedic timing, together they'll seek out the secret at the centre of the universe.

The Second City has been keeping audiences laughing for more than 50 years with our unique brand of improv and sketch comedy. Located in the heart of Toronto's Entertainment District, The Second City's intimate cabaret-style theatre offers a full bar and finger-food menu, with table service available throughout the performance.

On stage now until January 2015.
See calendar for show times

FINAL WEEKS! On stage until January 31, 2015. Previews of our Spring 2015 Mainstage Revue begin February 3rd See calendar for show times.

Created & Performed by:
Ashley Botting, Sarah Hillier, Etan Muskat, Allison Price, Connor Thompson, and Kevin Whalen.

Directed by: Reid Janisse
Musical Director: Matthew Reid
Lighting Design & Stage Management: Christina Cicko

Tickets starting at $25. Dinner & Show packages also available.

A limited number of Student Tickets are available for most performances.
For groups of 15 or more, contact Group Sales.

The Second City Theatre - 51 Mercer Street, Toronto
Box Office: 416-343-0011

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Recent Reviews
  • “smart, sharp and laugh out loud funny
    Read Full Review, 9/30/2014
  • “Sheer comic bliss
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    Toronto Star, 9/29/2014
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