Meet The Fictionals: Our Wishes for 2017!

The new year has just begun, and already so much has happened! Vancouver survived Snowmageddon, Ed Sheeran earned his first Billboard Hot 100 #1, and a pair of T-Rexes got engaged! The Fictionals are excited for whats to come in the next 365, and we wanted to share with you some of our wishes for 2017.

“My wish for 2017 is for more acceptance. Accepting differences, accepting outsiders, accepting improv offers. We’re all on this spinning rock together! Inclusion is better than exclusion – in 2017 I want to find ways to be more inclusive and accepting.” – Dan Dumsha

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“A wish I have for 2017 is to continue to grow and flourish as a full time artist. I feel so fortunate to get to do what we do and I’m constantly challenging myself to get better, go deeper and learn new skills, so more of that.” – Sarah Dawn Pledge

“I wish that the wave of destruction doesn’t leak into Canada.” – Scott Antifave

“My wish for 2017 is to achieve the goals I set for myself, and to do what scares me the most. I want to push myself even harder this year because I know my worth and it hasn’t hit its potential. I want to be a strong and inspiring human being. I want to open up people’s points of views and bring light to darkness when possible, more than ever before.” – Rae Lynn Carson

“My wish for 2017 is the opportunity to see more of this beautiful world of ours, and to connect deeper with the beautiful people who live on it.” – Daniel Chai

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“Obviously I’d start with wishing for endless wishes (that’s the rule), but after that I’d get more specific. Last year was so tumultuous, so my hope is that 2017 is a little more laid back. That said, I’d like to see those crummy events stimulate those who have been on the fence about becoming involved, be it politically or otherwise, to take up a cause. It doesn’t have to be a big thing, but just a thing, any issue that people feel passionate about. That is a goal I’ve set for myself and I’m excited to see where it takes me.” – Brad Rossington

What are your wishes for this new year? Send it to us at fictionalscomedy@gmail.com and you could win tickets to an upcoming Hot Improv Tuesdays or Improv Against Humanity.