In Way Over My Head, a journalist struggles with the unexpected consequences of becoming a Soviet. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Stage shots from 20th annual Udderfest

Photos from Udderfest 2018 in Prince Rupert’s Tom Rooney Theatre

August 12 wrapped up the 20th annual Udderfest, featuring four days of laughter-inducing performances in Prince Rupert.

The improv troop Hook Line and Snicker graced the stage twice with one-of-a-kind shows. Bad Things: Funeral Edition with Treena Decker and Krista Ediger inspired laughter and new ideas for “putting the fun back in funeral” with their twisted version of a Martha Stewart-style show.

On Saturday, War of Wits pitted Hondo Arendt, Joey Jack, Chelsea Stamp-Vincent, Helena Skrinjar, Cody Brown, Hans Seidemann and Ryan Staschuk against each other in heated debates. Topics included cutting off the love locks on Rushbrook Trail’s bridges, whether Prince Rupert should build a wall around Kaien Island (and make Terrace pay for it), and — the final showdown — why the debater should or should not be the new mayor. Seidemann and Arendt both won the battle of banter when judges couldn’t tell who received the loudest applause.

Check out some photo highlights from the 20th annual Udderfest:

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Mrs. Greene, played by Kathy Nguyen, doesn’t know why so many Russians are in her living room — or that her husband’s a Soviet agent. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Krista Ediger and Treena Decker put on an advice segment on how to put the fun back in funeral. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Hans Seidemann makes his point during the eight-person War of Wits battle onstage during the 20th annual Udderfest. (Keili Bartlett / The Northern View)

Treena Decker and Krista Ediger on the Tom Rooney Stage for the first night of Udderfest. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Lucas Anders and Erik Langille returned to the Tom Rooney Stage to give special improv performances at Udderfest with guest star Constance Eby. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

A bit of Hook, Line and Snicker improv with Krista Ediger, Lyle McNish and Lucas Anders on the opening night of Udderfest, Aug. 8. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Erik Langille, Treena Decker, Lyle McNish and Krista Ediger give the first performance with Lucas Anders at Udderfest on Aug. 8. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Lucas Anders and Erik Langille returned to the Tom Rooney Stage to give special improv performances at Udderfest with guest star Constance Eby. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Rudy Kelly, David Smook, Chris Armstrong and Hans Seidemann take the stage for Locked Down during the 20th annual Udderfest. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

Rudy Kelly and Chris Armstrong in Locked Down at Udderfest 2018. (Shannon Lough / The Northern View)

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