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Get Your ByoLogyc Retreat Tickets


The final event in the ZED.TO story (previously, previously, and previously) is happening the first weekend of November and you can get your tickets now.

All you need to know is that you may already be infected with BRX. Byologyc is a pharmaceutical company that created it and claims to have a cure, but they also blame EXE for releasing BRX. Get it? If you want to know more about the story then you can get up to speed on Byologyc’s YouTube page.

At EXE is Here you can get the inside scoop, gossip, and My Little Pony threads. The video below is one such example of the guerrilla research they’re up to.

ZED.TO at Toronto Fringe Festival

I’ve been keeping a close eye on what the ZED.TO folks have been up to and their most recent event is something worth experiencing. It’s a theatrical performance that carries the story of ByoLogyc and the impending end of the world further along.

The performance is called Byologyc: Where You Become New and it is an immersive interactive piece of theatre that feels like a corporate event. ByoLogyc has a new product they want to promote, and they want you involved. If you’re in Toronto then I highly recommend going to see this!

The best description of what the play really is about is captured in this review at Mooney on Theatre.

ByoLogyc is not a play, it’s an experience. It takes viral marketing and interactive sharing to a whole other level. From the introductory phone call and the separate info line you’re encouraged to call to the hands on experience inside the event. From the need to think fast and speak up when asked to progress the experience to signing up online for the VIP program and speaking to the characters over Twitter and on the forums.

Your experience grows the more you interact. You are not bored when you participate. You are a vital and integral part of the show. The fourth wall does not end in front of you, it extends and ends behind you so it is up to you as an attendee not to break that experience.

You don’t need to know about anything in the story that has happened prior to the play, but it can make the experience more fun. The ZED team has done a good job of providing all that info in one spot on their homepage.

The show runs every night at 7:30pm until July 15th at the Annex WreckRoom at Bloor and Bathurst. Pro tip: be there for 7:15. You can get tickets are the door or order online via the Fringe’s site (be warned, the site is horrendous).

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