Thursday, 15 January 2009

Brisbane Improv Theatre: "Prognosis: Death!" runs Jan 22-31

"Prognosis: Death!" is the latest show from Brisbane improv theatre troupe Impromafia. According to their website:

Set in the fictional town of St Love, the action centres around the local hospital, home to a variety of familiar characters - the heroic doctor, the gruff hospital administrator, the nurse with a past, the creepy pathologist. Each night, something strange - something 'supernatural' - will start affecting the good residents of St Love, and it will be up to the hospital's finest to work out how to battle the infections, plagues and outbreaks that threaten the town's existence.

What's the horror? Well that's for the audience to decide! Each night the audience will choose what strange misfortune should befall St Love. Will it be Zombies? Werewolves? Ghosts? The Black Death? Teenagers? It means every night a different story will unfold - come to one show, come to several, come to all - it'll never be the same twice!

Cross 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'Scrubs' with 'The X-Files' and 'Supernatural', and throw in a dash of 1950s schlock horror, and you'll get an idea of what you can expect in Prognosis: Death!... plus blood.. lots of blood!

Prognosis: Death! runs for two weeks at the Arts Theatre, 210 Petrie Terrace, Brisbane (click here for a Google Map). It's on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, starting Thursday 22nd of January and running to Saturday 31st January 2009. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for concessions, and you can book by calling 07 3369 2344.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Season passes are now available - $45/$30 concession. You can even see one show, then decide to upgrade your ticket to a season pass and pay the remainder.

Opens tonight!