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Club Didi has busy fall full of activities

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Club Didi is well into a busy fall season of  fun activities.

Erica Barr and David Gabert are among the cast of Gammorah High. Photo by Richard Amery
Last week they had a Halloween themed horror improv “Tales from the Haus.”

“ It’s a trio of improvised horror stories. The closest comparison is the Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror,” said Club Didi’s David Gabert.
Last weekend they also hosted the YO Mamma Comedy battle.

In addition to  regular dances and lip synch events they have also partnered with community members for a regular open mic night  on the third Tuesday of every month, which has been a  success.
 But they have a couple big events winding down October and kicking off November.

The Halloween Panti Raid party was Oct. 28 at 10 p.m.  After the Panti Raid,  the third installment of the improvised soap opera Gammorah High, will be happening at 10 p.m., Nov. 4, which featured a talented cast of familiar face playing a cornucopia of high school archetypes.

“Everyone is embracing their characters of the bully,  jock, the nerd, the student  counsellor, the foreign exchange student. All of those people you went to high school with,” Gabert said.

 He is excited to have Jay Whitehead return to Lethbridge after spending several weeks working in Halifax.

 Whitehead will be directing the play “Mont Parnasse,” Nov. 17-20.

“ It is about two women in Paris in the 1920s,” Gabert said.
 December will include the fourth instalment of Gamorrah High as well as Club Didi helping out Aids outreach group ARCHES.

 —By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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