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[Image Description: The CRIPtonite graphic, featuring a dark background with small white stars and faded shades of pink and purple. The graphic is split in half by a white and pink line. On the left side is a large white, pink, and purple iridescent triangle with the words "CRIPtonite, A Drag & Burlesque Variety Show" inside it. "CRIP" is in bold capital white letters with a pink border, "Tonite" is in a lowercase cursive blue, and "A Drag & Burlesque Variety Show" is in all white. The right side reads "The Disability Collective" in white font surrounded by a thin white box, “Saturday, March 25 - 8 PM” in white font inside of a hot pink box, “Pay What You Can Tickets” in white font inside of a faded white circle next to a white image of the sign for interpreter with “ASL Interpretation” underneath it in white and a white image of a face mask with “Masks Required” underneath it in white, followed by “In Person: Buddies in Bad Times Theatre” and "Livestream: thedisabilitycollective.com" in capital blue letters at the bottom]
Tickets are pay what you can.
Patrons purchasing tickets at a higher price point can do so with the understanding that their ticket price is helping to subsidize the lower ticket prices, and in doing so, are making this show more accessible for others.
Complimentary tickets for support persons are available. Please include this request in the Order and Accessibility Notes section when purchasing tickets online. You can also call the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre box office at 416-975-8555 or email email@example.com.
Introducing CRIPtonite, a new drag and burlesque show featuring disabled performers! Join us in-person at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre or online via livestream at thedisabilitycollective.com on Saturday, March 25 at 8 PM as we celebrate the intersectionality of queer and disabled identities!
Featuring an incredible selection of disabled drag and burlesque performers, CRIPtonite will be a night to remember!
As their Emerging Company in Residence, we are thrilled to be working closely with Buddies to create a safe and inclusive space for queer disabled folks in our community!
The safety of our audience, artists, volunteers, and staff is our number one priority.
Masks are required for all audience members but may be removed temporarily for drinking and eating. Masks are required in any shared spaces in the venue, including the lobby and washrooms.
Masks should fit snugly against the face without gaps; cloth masks should have at least two layers of fabric. Neck gaiters and bandanas are not permitted. We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Click here for more information about Buddies in Bad Times Theatre's COVID-19 safety measures.
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