Corral Blue Can’t Dance! – Toronto Fringe 2015 Press Release



Excerpt from press release:

Off Model Studios presents a clubhouse style experience for comedy fans of all ages with sketches, songs, puppets and multimedia. Corral uses a tablet and projector to draw cartoons live and is joined by a cast of strong comedic and musical talent. A fun, unpredictable story about expressing creativity that includes a robot, a bigfoot, cowboys, and a BIG dance party!

This new play is a part of larger project to bring Corral Blue to the world! Storybooks, videos and an album are in the works, and Corral’s universe is rounded out with a fun cast of six cartoon characters. Off Model Studios is multidisciplinary company and is a reflection of Amy Zuch’s skills as both a professional animator and comedian. The show was developed out of “Corral’s Corral- A Kid’s Show for Adults!” that ran monthly at the Social Capital Theatre. Now with the same absurd humour that adults enjoy, but 100% appropriate for children!

Corral Blue Can’t Dance is created and directed by Amy Zuch, whose Toronto Fringe solo show “Key to Key” was rated 4 stars and featured by Eye Magazine. She performs along with Devon Hyland (current Second City Touring Company member, “Dale Beaner and Turtle Boy”) Caleigh LeGrand (“This Is The Worst” Musical Improv, Quinte Ballet School) Puppeteer Kathryn Landon and Musical Director Kevin Henkel (whose samples have been used by top artists including rapper T.I.)

This is a visual and musical spectacle not to be missed!

Wednesday, July 1, 2:45pm
Friday, July 3, 5:00pm
Sunday, July 5, 4:45pm
Tuesday, July 7, 3:00pm
Wednesday, July 8, 5:00pm
Fri, July 10, 3:00pm
Saturday, July 11, 3:15pm

Venue:  George Ignatieff Theatre (15 Devonshire Place)

Tickets for all Fringe productions are $10, $12 in advance. This production offers $5 tickets for children. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone (416-966-1062, business hours only), in-person from the festival box office located in the parking lot behind Honest Ed’s, (481 Bloor West), or — if any remain — from the venue box office (cash-only), starting one hour before showtime.

The festival offers a range of money-saving passes for committed Fringers; see website for details.

Be advised that Fringe shows always start exactly on time, and latecomers are never admitted.

Photo of Amy Zuch by “Raw Photography” and Amy Zuch.