Fifty Shades of Vinyl: A Canadian Parody
A laugh out loud parody with a saucy twist.
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HappySad Theatre presents a loving tribute to Stuart McLean with a saucy twist. This trio of gentle parodies follows "Dale" and "Marney" as they stumble into a new chapter in their bedroom. Never scandalous, always hilarious, 50 Shades of Vinyl is as much a heartfelt homage to an iconic Canadian storyteller as it is the erotic fan fiction you never knew you needed.
Written by Nico Dicecco and Kyle Carpenter
Performed by Nico Dicecco
Videography by Erik Gow
Special value-added performance on Monday, February 15, 2021 | 7pm (Includes after-show live chat with Nico Dicecco) to commemorate the fourth anniversary of Stuart McLean’s passing.
Show available to watch February 12 to 28, 2021.
Advisory Warning: Some coarse language and adult content, recommended 16+. Just enough adult content to make you blush, but not quite enough to make you write a letter. Recommended for anyone old enough to hear a couple of naughty words without feeling too put out about it.
“Oh my! Stuart McLean has been reincarnated! Charming, sassy, with spot-on comedic timing, this was pitch perfect and hilarious in every way. An absolute MUST SEE!”
— Linda Hamilton
About Nico Dicecco
Nico Dicecco is a performer, videographer, and stage manager based in Richmond, BC. After a sold-out run in the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival, Nico toured the show across Canada under the title: Sex? But I'm Canadian, to award-winning acclaim and packed crowds in Montreal, Winnipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, and Chilliwack. Since the onset of COVID-19, Nico has shifted most of his attention to video production, working with Full Circle: First Nations Performance, Children's Theatre of Richmond Association, O. Dela Arts, and Mascall Dance to create beautiful content that can be enjoyed from home.
About HappySad Theatre
HappySad Theatre is Nico Dicecco and Kyle Carpenter, two reformed academics writing plays that give them feelings. HappySad Theatre is committed to writing smart, provocative and fun theatre that will connect with you and make you laugh and cry. What else is the theatre for, really?