The Unholy Three's distinct (yet oddly complementary) acts, through time and repeated performances, blended to form an original show. (Occasionally they'll invite a guest performer). Zabrecky is a peculiar, sly artist whose presentations evoke the quirky cinematic moments of David Lynch; Fitzgerald is an eccentric personality who probes the audience with verbal gymnastics and visual stunts; Lovering, a "scientific phenomenalist", is bent on manipulating the laws of science and nature through his own bizarre experiments.

So, stroll down to the Peller Theatre around 10:00PM on just about any Friday night and catch The Unholy Three -- if you can find a seat!