Crime After Crime (After Crime)

Crime After Crime (After Crime)
Company
Sex T-Rex
Creators
Conor Bradbury, Julian Frid, Lowen Morrow, Seann Murray
Runtime
60 minutes

Award-winning genre-comedy specialists Sex T-Rex (2024 Dora Award for Outstanding Ensemble; Best of Fest, 2019 Toronto Sketchfest; Just For Laughs Best Comedy 2018) return with a 3-in-1, action-packed physical comedy spanning three "Crime Periods" - Film Noir in the 50s, Heist in the 70s, and Buddy Cop in the 90s! Mystery, romance, car chases, and at least three crimes await in this epic tale of one family's rise and fall in Crime City, USA.


Credits

Producer
Victoria Laberge
Stage Manager
Dave Koval

More about the show experience

Latecomers will only be admitted into the theatre within the first 15 minutes of the performance.

 

Performances

  Date Time
3rd July 7:30pm  
5th July 9:45pm  
6th July 2:15pm  
8th July 4:00pm  
11th July 7:45pm  
12th July 9:30pm  
14th July 4:00pm Sold out
14th July 7:45pm Tickets

Venue

1 : Tarragon Theatre Mainspace

30 Bridgman Ave
Toronto
Ontario
M5R 1X3

Access

Level of Physical Access
Accessible

Covid-19 policy

Masks
No

Facilities

Air Conditioned
Yes
Washrooms
Yes
Outdoors
No

Accessibility information


Land acknowledgement

Sex T-Rex are all settlers of mixed heritage that include English, Irish, Scottish, Indian, and French descent. We will be performing on the traditional and unceded territory of the Anishinaabe, the Chippewa, the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat. Sex T-Rex has made a financial contribution to the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, Toronto’s oldest Indigenous community organization and one of the oldest Friendship Centres in Canada, and we encourage you to do the same.


Content advice

Parental guidance advised Sexual content Abrupt cues Mature language

Sensory description

The show will feature three comedic acts. There will be actors playing multiple characters. Costume changes for the most part happen on stage.

There are a lot of visual cues as well as auditory cues, on which the comedy relies. There will be moments and concepts that are expressed solely through visual cues, and not necessarily explained verbally.

There will not be any scents, nor sudden loud noises, nor any graphic violence. Any violence will be expressed cartoonishly, and will be clearly theatrical. Any sexual content is comical, portrayed light-heartedly and not graphically.

There will not be strobe, but there will be sudden blackouts.

There will be music playing throughout, with some loud cues, but rarely suddenly and abruptly - more ambiently, although it gets loud at times.

Nothing in the show is intentionally jarring or scary.
Tarragon is a wheelchair-accessible venue.