A colourful drawing of someone with a shocked expression wearing a half black/ half blew top hat on. In the background are various objects: a watermelon, horse, pink.

UNSUNG: The Accidental Villains of History

Created by Mackenzie Langdon | Produced by MLangdonMusicals | Origin: Toronto, Canada
Venue 3 – LabO
12 + fees

Show Details

The new musical, UNSUNG: The Accidental Villains of History, introduces the characters who unknowingly set the stage for some of the world’s biggest disasters, all while delivering catchy tunes and witty humour. Hear untold stories, from the admissions director who rejected Hitler from art school to the animal-loving guard who let in the Trojan Horse…

Content Notes

There are no displays of violence in the show. But since it is about historical disasters violence and death are mentioned frequently.

Abrupt Loud Noise: There is a sudden blade sound effect in comedic context

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  • Thursday, June 15th9:00pm
  • Saturday, June 17th4:00pm
  • Sunday, June 18th5:00pm
  • Tuesday, June 20th10:00pm
  • Friday, June 23rd8:00pm
  • Saturday, June 24th5:30pm
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3 responses to “UNSUNG: The Accidental Villains of History

  1. This was great fun! Excellent singers – really professional-level talent.
    As for the the history: For those who are curious, there was no lawsuit against Lottie McArthur by the White Star Line. This story appears to be made up.
    Was Guillotin a melon merchant? Sadly no :). He was a physician. Also the play hints he was killed during the French Revolution. He was imprisoned for not informing against a friend, but he was not executed.
    The origins of the great Chicago Fire has always been a mystery and the story of the two friends who pin the blame on the cow is another of the stories that haven’t been proven true.
    Annie Edson Taylor was indeed the first person to go over Niagara Falls in a barrel, but it was her own idea, not the brainchild of her students. She never made much money from her exploit. In the play, the re-enactment of the barrel plunge is *hilarious*!
    Finally did Hitler try and fail to get into arts school? Yes. Yes, he did.

  2. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
    This show was so fun! If you want to see a show with fantastic music and amazing performers, go see Unsung!

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