Zdenka Now! was hilarious and revealing until Precious Chong abandoned us on a bus with an Inuk teenager and broke the whimsical and romantic reverie of her off-the-wall characters.
The audience for this show will divide between those who saw Spalding Gray himself perform (well, speak) this, on DVD or even at the Cultch about 20 years ago, and those coming new to the script.
Barry Smith has a rock-solid history of successful multi-media solo comedy shows that somehow shine the spotlight on Barry's appreciation of humanity so well that you somehow manage to forget all that whizz-bang Power Point™ technology he uses to tell those captivating stories. Following on Jesus in Montana, American Squatter and Me, My Stuff and I (aka Barry Smith's Baby Book), Barry bri
Melvin Brown comes to us this year with a polished up version of his hit 2008 Fringe show full of beautiful singing and dancing based on his very interesting life of now 65 years.
A show about a future world where people evolve out of their bodies into a unified consciousness melded by an alien called Aomega performed by Daniel Nimmo from Australia.
This is a show about a performer, Chris Gibbs, doing a show about an ancestor that partnered with a thief and con man to form a detective agency.
Stretch Dog, written and performed by Robert Olguin, is a play about an actor who is trying to do the work he loves while also providing for his wife and baby daughter, two lifestyles entirely at odds. It’s a tried and true artist’s account of what it means to feel fulfilled by one’s work, but also get some bills paid.
Morgan Brayton is a force. One moment she’ll kick you in the gut, the next she’s making you “auh” at the cuteness of it all.
One Man Riot is an autobiographical monologue that reveals the roots of Jem Rolls' performance poetry and spoken word activism. Rolls' epiphany came during the 1990 Poll-Tax riot in London, where he was swept up by the crowd and found himself facing a line of riot police wielding clubs and shields.
If you enjoy Greek Mythology then you should like the play Echo. In this one wood nymph show, Echo reminds us there are always two sides of the story. And stories change over time.
Echo needs to speak, she is filled with gossip and can’t help using words. Not surprisingly her gift for the gab gets her into terrible trouble.