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burnout: noun ˈbərn-ˌau̇t

Underpaid, undervalued, undermined, and soon to be under therapy..

Westlock, AB
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Underpaid, undervalued, undermined, and soon to be under therapy... Social worker transferred to small town--With BIG issues.

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Small town--With BIG issues..
Stressed out midlife, social worker Holly Weytuwhyte asks for a transfer from her demanding city job at a regional not-for-profit, community support organization. She is immediately transferred to small town Northern Alberta.
Thinking this is an ideal way to decompress, she quickly discovers that it's more than she bargained for. Her new co-workers include Constance “Cookie” her extremely eccentric boss and Harry, the “on site”, IT/building maintenance Guru, who helps (or hinders?) with even more madness and mayhem. "Be careful what you wish for, it may be far, FAR worse than you ever imagined!"


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Randall Robinson

Director, Editor

Randall Robinson was born in Westlock and has also lived in Edmonton, Alberta. He is the overlord of Impact Multimedia Productions. He has done various professional audio, video and musical projects in his many many years of life. Even getting paid for some of them. He also likes cats.

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Tracie Eliuk

Talent, Writer

Tracie Eliuk was born in Edmonton, and been an Albertan all her life. She's performed with choral and jazz ensembles and was recently lead vocalist for rock cover band "Frantic Static". She has done various voice overs and narrative work with IMPACT Multimedia Pro. "Artcie's " background is Fine Art / Education and advocates for community and animal welfare organizations

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Judith Garcia

Talent, Writer

Judith Garcia was born, in Germany, but has called Canada home, since the age of two.Judith was an apprentice for The Alberta Ballet Company at 17 years of age. Judith has sung in the Edmonton Opera for numerous Operas. She's been acting for 25 years in many musicals and dramas. Also teaching, choreographing and performing Flamenco dance for 38 years. flamencoenvivo.com

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Reviews (12)

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    Sheldon O.
    posted 10 years ago

    I'll need help if i watch this again, wasn't funny
  • Betty's Photo

    Betty A.
    posted 10 years ago

    amazing people doing amazing things
  • Randall's Photo

    Randall R.
    posted 10 years ago

    Not bad for No budget - No crew - and no incestuous industry contacts.
  • Rebecca's Photo

    Rebecca W.
    posted 10 years ago

    That was absolutely funny. There is more then just people doing stupid sh*t. There is a lot to work from with a story line like that. I world say it would be like the Office just 10 x better because 1- Everyone has been there (thinking the grass is greener on the other side) 2- you wouldn't have to have a famous person holding your show together. 3- and the last, anyone from a small town would understand.
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    Helen M.
    posted 10 years ago

    don't get the concept of the show
  • Judith's Photo

    Judith G.
    posted 10 years ago

    I want to see what happens next! More please!
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    endri s.
    posted 10 years ago

    Music: 10/10
    Acting: 10/10
    Audio : 8/10 (at some points was low audio)

    Need to put more footage of what the show is offering , with this i mean put more funny moments because the viewers are never satisfied they want more ,more,more, funny moments as much as you can. (At the end of the day you need to feel like there is still more to do, not to feel like you have done your best.)
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    Crystal V.
    posted 10 years ago

    So great.
  • Sylvia's Photo

    Sylvia Y.
    posted 10 years ago

    Great to see some local talent present a current life issue with humor, talent, ... and more humor - the best medicine for burnout! The secret to success .... guaranteed to make you laugh and forget all about that 'burnout'! :)
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    Marquise B.
    posted 10 years ago

    Could be a good comedy if they get creative with the office employees and the patients' problems.
  • jas's Photo

    jas b.
    posted 10 years ago

    Keep up the good work
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    Tracie E.
    posted 10 years ago

    Love it!!! (Of course I'm totally biased and literally on "burnout"!)
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