WUT? Theatre Productions ★ Toronto, Ontario

Thursday, December 16 at 9pm ET/6pm PT⁣ on

Just in time for the holidays, a fab cabaret to fill you up with the Yuletide spirit! (Whether you want like like it or not….)

Hosted once again by our favourite drag divas! The dreaded Alanis Percocet and Merlola Bordeaux!!!

Featuring: Gaby Grice, TJ Dawe, Anto Chan , Amy Lee Radigan, Sing Bandana Singh, James King

Also featuring a special musical performance by the band we stan, Terrastray!


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Terrastray is a Canadian alternative folk punk band formed in Toronto in 2017. The band consists of vocalists/guitarists Kalli Lang and Evan Churchill, violinist Momo Cummings, cellist Calum Csunyoscka and drummer T.j. Faulkner. The band’s sound is described as emotional punk, with influences from metal, played on all acoustic instruments. Their lyrics cover various subject matter, often dealing with mental illness or political injustice. The name “Terrastray” was created by the band as a way to describe the feeling of wanting to leave the Earth.

Alanis Percocet

Curtis is a writer and theatre artist who recently learned to draw on some eyeliner and sculpt some blush to try drag on for size. As a theatre artist he associate-produced one of the very last pieces of live theatre anyone in Toronto saw, Box 4901 by Brian Frances at Buddies In Bad Times. His plays Tire Swing (2016) and Imp (2017) were produced with Filament Incubator. His other work has included co-writing and directing two plays with Katherine Doering, Katherine Is Not A Communist (2018), and Colour Me Pablo (2019).

His podcast Lola and Lani is an audio cartoon treat for the ears that I create with his soulmate, Merlola Bordeaux, and you can hear it wherever you get podcasts!

This year he will be releasing online performances of my own creation as Alanis and as myself, so feel free to follow him on Instagram to stay tuned. xox

Merlola Bordeaux

Zack Lovetime is a graduate of York University’s theatre program, specializing in Devised Theatre and Playwriting. In the past, he’s worked as Assistant Director for the original productions of I Cook, He Does The Dishes as well as Assistant Stage Manager and Writer’s Assistant for LACE Production's The Unbelievers. Over the past few years Zack has been developing his drag persona, Merlola, performing regularly at Toronto open stage events and in a one woman play titled The Last Communion of Saint Merlola. Since the pandemic, he and his partner in crime, Alanis Percocet, have turned their attention to the world of podcasting, creating the queer utopia of Cityville on their podcast Lola and Lani.

TJ Dawe

TJ Dawe tours autobiographical monologues, teaches solo performance online, writes humour articles for various websites, co-creates pop culture parodies and co-hosts The Enneagram in a Movie podcast. You can find his stuff at

Anto Man-Ming Chan

Anto Man-Ming Chan is a performance artist, producer and mentor. His life’s work is to inspire underrepresented BIPOC to share their stories through comedy, poetry & storytelling. This can be experienced in the heart-opening, exciting monthly event, the FreeFlow Showcase. .

WUT? Theatre Productions A Toronto based independent theatre company, we aim to explore all the ways that art is dangerous, relevant and wonderful. Matthew McLaren (Artistic Director) Born and raised in Victoria, BC., Matthew McLaren is a Toronto based freelance director of theatre as well as a playwright, dramaturge, photographer and former Editor-in-Chief of The Marble Theatre Review/Showbill Canada.A graduate of UVic's Theatre and Writing programs, for over two decades, he's collaborated with companies such as Theatre Inconnu, Langham Court, Theatre Skam, Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre, Puente Theatre and Atomic Vaudeville.He made his professional directing debut in 2016 with a production of Mark Harmon's "Bad Jews" at Theatre Inconnu and has since returned to direct Ariel Bronz's "The Tenant Haymovitch" in 2018.Since moving to Ontario, Matt's had the pleasure of working with SummerWorks and The InspiraTo Festival staging new work. A regular in Toronto's Storytelling community, you can find him performing at Old Words, Confabulation, Dare and True Stories Toronto.