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Do you have your ticket for Ride the Cyclone? If not, you’re out of luck

It looks like we’ve got a hit on our hands. Ride the Cyclone, the low-budget, high-energy musical comedy currently playing at Theatre Passe Muraille, is reportedly sold out for the rest of its run, which ends December 3. The show, written by Atomic Vaudeville’s Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell, is a hilarious, slightly creepy look at the afterlives of a group of choir kids who are killed on a roller coaster with a broken axle. It’s rare for such a small show to become such a smash—Adrienne Clarkson was even spotted in the grungy little Passe Muraille last night. Ten points for independent theatre!

N.B: A couple blocks of rush tickets have been reserved for the matinees on November 26 and December 3.

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