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No! This year's mission is completely new! In fact, every year the mission will be a 'stand alone' piece, though in the same world as previous years. As such, people who didn't go previously will still completely enjoy this mission; they will be briefed on all information that is required. All the sites are new, as well, with less distances between the sites.
What do you mean, you mean you don’t have a smartphone?
Yes. The online kind. Duh.
Still on about the smartphone thing? Were you born under a rock? If you don't have one, that’s fine, as long as someone in your timeslot has a smartphone. But seriously. It’s 2015. Right? 2015? Get a smartphone. Don't worry so much: one in three adults in Canada now has a smartphone. You'll be fine. Only one smartphone is needed in each audience group in order for everyone to enjoy the show.
Good question! Our online box office is set up to tell you which shows have attendees who have indicated they are bringing a smartphone. You can sign up to be in one of those timeslots. Under the column "SMARTPHONE READY?" it will say either "Yes" or "Not Yet". You can figure it out. You're the best of the best.
Because you follow orders and do as you're told.
We’ll let you know.
Seriously. We’ll let you know. Quit asking so many questions.
When you purchase your ticket, you have to provide us with a phone number and email address. We will call or email you a day or two before the show and give you instructions about where and when to meet. Make sure the number and email address you gave us works. If we call and you don’t pick up, we’ll leave a message. If you have voicemail. If you're cheap and don't have voicemail, we'll email you.
Probably email, depending on how swarmed with zombies and aliens our base is. But you'll get the information one way or another. We promise.
No. It might be 23 hours. Or 22 hours. When you're fighting zombies and aliens, time takes on a new meaning.
Tickets to what? This is a mission.
Didn't you read the answer to the previous question? Quit asking so many questions. Are you always like this? Listen. This is a high-stakes mission. We called upon you because we heard you were the best and the brightest. Don't make us doubt our decision. We'll let you know where to go and remind you of when you chose to be there. The rest will take care of itself. Be patient.
Sorry, no can do. You MUST buy your ticket AND provide us with your phone number in order to see the show. We WILL contact you with further instructions.
Because we’re professionals, that’s how. We’ve got a website and everything. You’re on it right now.
Though there is nothing inherently dangerous about The Zombie Syndrome, because the adventure takes place largely in public and in the big city, everyone who attends must sign a waiver in advance. They can be downloaded here. Please note that all minors must have their parent or legal guardian sign the waiver form for minors on their behalf.
Great! As long as your entire extended family, including you, is no more than 17 people. That’s the most we can accommodate at one time. Until we say otherwise.
Good question! Part of that will depend on how long it takes you geniuses to get the job done. Another factor is that this is a high-stakes mission that hasn't ever been carried out before. But we can say that our hope is for you not to take longer than 90 minutes. If it does, we're all in for a world of hurt.
This is a roving show with a fair amount of standing and walking. If your grandmother is spry enough to keep up, we’d love to have her along. If she has difficulty moving around, it might be better to leave her at home.
Oh yes. Got a problem with that? Don't expect to sit around. This is a mission, dude. You're the one we're depending on.
This show is recommended for kids 13 years old and above. Do you really want your little one exposed to horror, scary aliens and zombies and all manner of other nasty things? We hope not, but if you have a particularly brave and mature youngster under 13 that you absolutely must bring along, please make sure they stay quiet and use the washroom beforehand. You may also want to tag along.
Yes. "Parental Advisory: Rated PG-13. Contains zombies and other mature subject matter. Children under the age of 13 need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian."
Well, we can't advise you on how to be a parent. Can your kids can walk around downtown on their own? That's your job to make that call. But we can say that this mission requires teamwork, and they'll be teamed up with other Special Agents for the mission's duration. Before and after, however, is something we can't comment on.
No. With the exception of animals trained to assist people with special needs, no pets are allowed.
Only if you want to have fun. You certainly aren’t required to have any fun, but then you might as well spend the cost of a ticket on a movie rental and sit at home on your couch.
Absolutely. Just make sure to remember that you’ll be working as part of a team with the rest of your group. We know it’s hard for you because you’re such a keener, but try not to hog the spotlight all to yourself.
Yes. Be prepared for the elements. You will be inside and outside.
You're in Vancouver. Deal with it. In the event of a hurricane, tsunami, earthquake, or other natural disaster, the show may be rescheduled. That’s why we have your phone number, remember?
Bring someone big and strapping to hold on to.
Anything can happen. That’s the magic of the theatre. But we promise that we won’t let one get you.
We suggest leaving the zombie and alien killing to us. We need you for your brains, not your brawn. Actually, the zombies want your brains as well. And the aliens are a real wildcard. Hm... We’ll protect you. Leave the monster killing to us.
Well, we tried our best. If there’s something else you need an answer to, email us and we’ll get back to you.