About the event
We’re a passionate group of creatives that have put together an original radio theatre play that we are performing live and releasing as a podcast. We are comprised of individuals with varying levels of experience in theatre, podcasting, voice acting, comedy, writing and more.
Our first season is being performed live each month and is available to listen to as a podcast following each event. Each episode is performed live in front of a live studio audience. Aside from the main story, which will be broken down into six episodes, we have fun, fake trailers and commercials to enjoy. There will be live music, stand-up comedy and other entertainment accompanying the performance to make for a great evening of fun for all attendees.
Only the main story feature is recorded for the podcast. The rest is a bonus to those who join us for the live performance.
The synopsis is this for The 5 People You Meet in Hell: Dave is just a regular guy who does regular things until all of a sudden he dies and is damned to hell for all of eternity. With Dave’s caseworker from hell (literally), he takes a trip down Memory Lane to relive the five biggest and worst moments from his life that directly influenced the big decision.
Why should you sponsor?
The people who founded, produced, has written and edited each show is comprised of three creative women who have put their heart and soul into this production. All of the expenses have come out of pocket but we keep going because we love this project and performing our original production.
You can learn all about us, founders, cast and crew on vrmp.ca but Stephanie, Emily and Lily have experience running a wide variety of events around Toronto such a Podcamp, Fringe Festival, Toronto Geek Trivia, and more.
All three women (co-founders, producers and writers of the show) have an extensive background in podcating and production.
Additionally, Stephanie has been published alongside Margaret Atwood in one of the most successful Kickstarters to date for The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, whichi was recently re-published in October by Dark Horse Comics.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer