Sin Peaks' 4th season debuts September 16

Dec 19 2017, 4:21 pm

In a dangerous world filled with dangerous people, dangerous government agencies can stop at nothing to protect the innocent from danger. Facing a crisis of budget, two intelligence agencies must [come] together to prevent some of the world’s greatest criminal minds from acting on their insane plans of world domination.

Will the agents crack the nefarious plots hatched by some of the most evil villains and terrorists the world has ever seen? Will these former rivals come together in time to stop those intent on the destruction of our civilization? Maybe! Who knows? They make it up as they go along!

Sin Peaks, Vancouver’s “original improvised soap opera,” will be continuing their partnership with The Cellar Nightclub by presenting to you their fourth installment: “License To Sin.”

About Sin Peaks

“Sin Peaks offers a return to a simpler time in entertainment. When friends and family were brought together, at first around the radio and then [around the T.V. set], to enjoy their favourite program. When audiences couldn’t just hit ‘play all’ on the PVR menu, but waited all week in anticipation, wondering what would befall their beloved characters or how that wild cliffhanger would be resolved. By blending the melodrama of soap opera with the high stakes entertainment of improv comedy, Sin Peaks is singlehandedly reviving the weekly, serial soap opera to hilarious effect.

Continuing to showcase some of Vancouver’s fastest rising stars, including Lydia Tesfagiorgis-Campbell (Dreamgirls), Kristin York (Second City Los Angeles), and Michael Kovac (Mon Ami), the Sin Peaks cast welcomes guest performers such as; troup founder and Canadian Screen Award nominee, Aimee Beaudoin, and local recording artist and Peak Performance Project finalist Cory Woodward (The Lion, The Bear, The Fox).”

The 13 week season international spy thriller “will leave you laughing,” so purchase a $7 ticket to the show at The Cellar Nightclub on Monday, September 16 at 8 p.m.

For more information, visit Sin Peaks’ website or their Twitter account.

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