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on sluil tered glass. or hammer¬
ing nails into gour Face.. Between
ingesting copious amounts oF uiFFeinc
and alcoliol. pcrtorming inaedible
Feats oF ouernighl term paper writing,
and Fearlessly taming scores Frightening
roommates, student liFe is the ultimate
But instead oF charging admission to
let the public gare in nn you and your
creepy ways, this section will focus on
Freakishly affordable methods of enter¬
taining yourself while you re escaping
the straitjar ket oF classes, papers, mid¬
terms. ami Finals. Remember kids, dn
try this at home!
So sit back, relax, and enjoy
the show. It'll be more Fun than
regurgitating liue goldfish .
LIVE HUMANS? IOFHHTIES OPTIONAL!
Studio Theatre 5 the Timms Centre (87
Ave & 112 St)
Before crawling into your bed of nails ai night
to watch Eyelids, take a quick jaunt to the east
side of campus where the drama freaks play.
Right under the Big Top, tills sideshow displays
the unusual talents of some of campus' most
bizarre and most talented students. Student
tickets begin at just $5. This season. Studio
Theatre will be home to the world premiere of
SPINh. a play that will laierbe a pan of the 2010
Paralympic celebrations on the world stage in
Vancouver this February.
Roxy Theatre (10708-124 St)
If theatrical oddities tickle your fancy, then look
no further. This historical venue was erected in
1938. originally as a picture-house. But like a
contortionist, die Roxy changed shape and now
sliowcases some of Edmonton's more edgy
ami alternative thespian offerings. It's theatre for
freaks! Students receive a discount and every Thesday
is two-for-one. But if you act now. you can earn free
tickets to shows by volunteering to usher or work at
the concession. Catch the LRT (Light Rail Trolley) to
Corona station and then board the 135 or 5 boxcars
and you'll be taking in more human oddity than you
can handle in a jiffy!