Spontaneous Star Trek stories return to Toronto – November 2, 2016

(Toronto, Ontario, Canada) For immediate release.

Returning from their performance with William Shatner, join The Dandies for an evening of spontaneous Star Trek joined by top Toronto  comedians, Hisham KelatiHolly Wyder and Rachelle Lauzon.

Show: Wednesday, November 2nd, 8:00 p.m. sharp
Bar open at 7 p.m., doors open at 7:45 p.m.
Location: The Social Capital Theatre (154 Danforth Ave., 2nd floor)

Visit the Ticket Booth to reserve your seat aboard the USS Albatross.

Hisham Kelati returns to the show with more Star Trek jokes. Hisham is nominated for an I{heart}jokes award in the Rookie Comic of the Year category.

Originally from Thunder Bay, Holly Wyder is a Toronto-based comedian, musician, writer, and producer. She created the Female Therapy webseries and produces the monthly musical variety show Acoustic Comedy. She will join us to sing some original comedy songs.

Originally from London, Rachelle Lauzon is a Toronto-based actor and comedian. Rachelle is nominated for an I{heart}jokes award in the Rookie Comic of the Year category. She will join us to tell some non-Trekkie jokes.

Stick around afterward to be regaled with convention anecdotes from Unplugged Expo (Toronto) and Central Canada Comic Con (Winnipeg) with William Shatner!

Be prepared to laugh long and prosper!

About Holodeck Follies (by Elizabeth Rose Morriss)

In their monthly Holodeck Follies show, The Dandies bring to the table Star trek knowledge to please the most dedicated Trekkie, and improv funny and witty enough to still engage those who are new to Star Trek. They play original characters of their own creation, with clear roots in the Star Trek franchise (names include Lieutenant Boohoora and Acting-Ensign Weasley Pincher), but their strong character work consistently elevates them above mere impressions of existing Star Trek characters. Dedicated Holodeck Follies fans delight in returning each month to root for the hapless crew of the USS Albatross, and are rewarded with plot elements and character developments carrying over from one “episode” to the next.