‘Shameful’: The Prom Musical’s ‘Shameless’ star and musical director resign

The Canadian premiere of the musical Shameless was marred by an onstage incident that left one performer bleeding profusely.

“I just woke up,” said the performer who asked to be identified as Chris.

“They had me standing up and the blood was coming out of my mouth.

It was so painful.”

The incident was first reported by CBC News in Toronto.

“It happened backstage,” said another performer, who was also in the theater at the time.

“When I was up, I was trying to be cool and not to get too high and that was it.”

Chris, who also goes by the stage name Chris, said the incident happened backstage in the middle of the show when a man, dressed in black, stood next to him.

The man was holding a baseball bat and Chris said he didn’t want to get in his face.

“It was like he was trying not to hit anybody,” Chris said.

“That’s when I got up and said, ‘I’m sorry, I’m sorry.’

And then I started to cry and I didn’t say a word.

Then he got up, and he said, ‘(expletive)’ and then he punched me in the face.”

Chris said he was so scared he didn.t know if the man was going to hurt himself, and that he could have been seriously hurt.

“The next thing I know, he was on the ground and he was bleeding profusionally,” he said.

Chris said the man didn’t apologize and continued to hit him.

“He hit me like 50 times,” Chris continued.

Chris was treated at the scene by paramedics and told he had broken his jaw and broken his cheekbone.””

The theatre was closed for several hours after the incident.

Chris was treated at the scene by paramedics and told he had broken his jaw and broken his cheekbone.”

It really shocked me.””

So, my whole life, I’ve been doing stand-up comedy, I have my own thing, but I never had anything like this.

It really shocked me.”

Chris told CBC News he hopes the incident will make people think twice about performing onstage, and the theatre’s safety is always a top priority.

“I think the best thing that I can do is tell people that if they perform, they should be careful,” he added.

The Canadian Theatre Association, which represents the Canadian theatre industry, said in a statement that the incident was a matter of professional courtesy.

“As such, it was not condoned by the staff and the event was held in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations.

We wish to extend our sincerest apologies to the performers and the staff involved.”

The Canadian Music Awards will take place on Jan. 25 at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary.

The awards are a popular way for performers to celebrate their work.

In addition to the Shameless production, the Royal Canadian Air Force is also hosting a musical tribute to the life of a decorated veteran of the Afghanistan War.

The show is called “The Greatest Showman.”

In 2015, the Canadian Forces and the Canadian Military launched the Veterans of Foreign Wars Musical Award, which will be presented to the most deserving veterans in the military and military service.