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· Dec · 6 Thu 7:30 pm at The Sewing Machine Factory
9562 82 Ave NW Edmonton, AB T6C 0Z8
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The Unsyncables feat. Dammitammy Productions at The Sewing Machine Factory (Edmonton)  on December 6, 2018
Dammitammy Productions

Dammitammy Productions

Edmonton, AB
Theater

Edmonton Production Company. Founder: Rebecca Merkley (Actor, Singer, Playwright).The Unsyncables/Rivercity the Musical/BOUNTIFUL/Merk duSoleil/The Good Book Read more

18+ No Minors // General Admission // 1 Hour Running Time


A love letter to the 90's, "The Unsyncables" revolves around an enthusiastic, amateur Synchronized Swimming team, who set out to "dominate" at an annual swimming competition. Trouble ensues when team captain, Mary, runs into her old Synchronized swimming squad. H2-uh-0! Join us in this heartwarming, "amiable underdog' comedy that celebrates friendship, awkward teen love and Esther Williams!

Featuring: Laena Anderson, Gabby Bernard, Molly MacKinnon and Jaimi Reese

Photo Cred and Poster BB Collective Photography
Themed Buttons will be made available for purchase at door

"The Unsyncables" was Rebecca Merkley's first play which premiered at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival in 2016 and received an Elizabeth Sterling Hayes Nomination for Outstanding Fringe Production and 5 stars from Vue Weekly. She has written and composed several plays since including: "Rivercity the Musical" (Sterling Nominated for Best Fringe New Work 2017), "BOUNTIFUL" and "Merk du Soleil: a One Woman Circus Spectacular (with no circus and more than one person)!" Her newly penned 'folk-musical' "The Good Book," will premiere at The Edmonton International Fringe Festival in 2019. Merk du Soleil Part II ("Merk 'Deux' Soleil"), will also be featured in the new year.

*"The Unsyncables" Recently played at TheArtsPlace in Canmore, Alberta and Bert Church Live Theatre in Airdrie and was received with glowing patron reviews (including a retired synchronized swimming team who "laughed and cried the whole way through.")