Burn Job is written and performed by TJ Dawe. This is his 13th appearance at the Vancouver Fringe and his 106th Fringe overall. 106 Fringes!

Dawe's sit-down monologue takes you on a mesmerizing 75-minute journey. It is hard to say if it is a play or more of a motivational seminar on spiritual enlightenment. He could be successful writing a self-help book. It is the story of his life told in a very meaningful, intelligent, informative and humorous way.  

TJ Dawe is absolutely one of the Fringe’s greatest storytellers, and Burn Job is another impressive achievement in Dawe’s ongoing...

TJ Dawe

What do we want and why do we want it? What happens when what we think we want turns out to be too scary, or too boring, or too confusing? When do you trust your gut, and when do you ask for advice? Who knows anything about anything?

Relationships are hard, and even harder when you have no idea if your instincts are sound, or if you should phone a friend. With every choice, doors slam shut, but windows open. When many of those doors and windows are virtual, and the choices multiply, what’s a love and sanity seeking homo...