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Kids in the Hall to do live stage reading of 'Brain Candy' in March

TORONTO - The Kids in the Hall will come together in March for a live reading of their film "Brain Candy."

The Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival says all five members of the Canadian comedy group will be at its March 11 event at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

They include Dave Foley, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson.

The show will feature a live stage reading of the 1996 comedy film and the debut screening of its original ending.

The film's original score composer, Craig Northey of The Odds, will provide musical accompaniment along with Chris Murphy and Gregory Macdonald of Sloan.

The Kids in the Hall reunited in July to tape an episode of the CTV comedy "Spun Out," which stars Foley.

Over 40 troupes from across North America will be part of the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, which runs March 6 to March 16.

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Online: www.torontosketchfest.com

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