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The Fictionals – Five Year Anniversary

Culture, Lifestyle

November 11, 2015

Ladies and Germs… for those of you living in Vancouver who have never been to see Improv Against Humanity, you’re missing out on one of the joys of life.

Improv Against Humanity, or IAH for those in the know, was created by the improv group the Fictionals. The Fictionals started out with Show Us Your Wits, which was an improv and burlesque mashup hosted by the former Mermaid Cafe. Since then they have expanded to a cast of 12 players, and perform regularly at Cafe Deux Soleils and, of course, at the Rio Theatre. IAH is by no means for the faint of heart – if you are easily offended by, well, *anything*, you will definitely want to give this show a pass. But if you’re the type to experience a hearty belly laugh at the idea of watching a scene inspired by two midgets $#!^ing in a bucket, then this is the show for you!

The Fictionals Comedy Co.

And who can believe that the Fictionals have been around for FIVE YEARS? Happy Birthday, Fictionals! To celebrate, you should join us at their 5th Anniversary celebration – they’re bringing cake! Mmmm… cake.

IAH Five Year Anniversary Poster

If you plan to attend, I highly recommend purchasing tickets in advance. It is almost always a sell-out show, so those who buy tickets the night of are often left disappointed. And remember that if you arrange for will-call tickets, you MUST be there by 7:30 or else the tickets are released back into the wild.

See you there…

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Daniel Chai discusses Northwest Fan Fest

Interviews

May 18, 2015

Daniel Chai is the face of the Fictionals, someone we’ve had the pleasure of working with before, and someone with a deep and abiding presence in the Fan Community of Vancouver. He’s going to be performing at Northwest Fan Fest, and took the time to talk to us about the fandom and some of the things he’s looking forward to at Northwest Fan Fest this year.
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LMM: What does fandom mean to you?
Daniel Chai: Fandom is a way for me to celebrate all of the geeky & nerdy things that make life a little more epic. Whether it’s comics, video games, pro-wrestling or improv comedy, I enjoy Fandoms!
LMM: How do you explain that to people not in the know?
Daniel Chai: I ask them for the one thing they love talking about the most. Chances are, there’s a fandom for that thing!
LMM: How has being a part of the fandom affected your life?
Daniel Chai: I’ve met so many amazing friends through various fandoms, and I get to celebrate with them at Northwest Fan Fest!
LMM: What kind of impact do events like Northwest Fan Fest have for the fandom?
Daniel Chai: It’s a great way for everyone to get together, let out their fan sides, and party! Safe, non-judgemental fun!
LMM: What’s your favorite part of Fan Fest?
Daniel Chai: The favourite part of NWFF is being able to perform with my improv troupe, The Fictionals Comedy Co. Audiences at conventions like NWFF are always amazing!
LMM: Who are you excited to see at NWFF?
Daniel Chai: All of my talented friends in their best cosplay!
LMM: How would you get somebody who has never heard of it to come out?
Daniel Chai: Comedy, Live Music, Celebrities, and walking distance from the Skytrain in beautiful New Westminster. Come on down!

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Minus World Improv

Showcase

November 11, 2013

Minus World Improv Logo

Wednesday night marked the premiere of local improv troupe The Fictionals’ latest venture – a video game themed show titled “Minus World Improv” (for those of you without a background in classic video games, the title references a glitch level in Super Mario Bros. from which there is no escape). In a town that not only boasts a number of game studios, but an emerging social scene focusing on the nerd culture, the time seems ripe to test the waters with a genre based improv show. (more…)

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