lawrence eric davis
YOU ARE A LIAR!!
But do you lie about love?
Award winning trickster, Red Bastard, stimulates your moral highs and lows as he asks each audience:
WHAT ARE THE RULES OF LOVE?
A hilarious ★★★★★ explosion of fun for singles, couples and anyone who’s dared to adore.
You’ll never look at your fellow audience members the same after this hilariously fun 5-star affair that exposes how we love and why. Former Cirque du Soleil Clowns Eric Davis and Aitor Basauri have created a mind-warping show for singles, couples and anyone who’s dared to adore.
★★★★★ -Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
“Just go… Hilarious and beautifully written… a tantalizing experience as funny as it is unforgiving. There really is nothing quite like it.”
★★★★★ -The Adelaidian
“An unquestionable must see! Hysterically funny… thought provoking… unforgettable performance.”
★★★★★ -Broadway Baby
Perfectly crafted… a show about lies, love and the lies we tell about love… A bacchanal buffet of frank admissions and delicious guilt.
★★★★★ -Get The Chance
“Hilarious, shocking and fantastic! You cannot help but laugh. Precise and perfect.”
★★★★★ -GLAM ADELAIDE
“Graceful, funny and confronting… Red Bastard raptures the audience.”
The show to see… Never to be forgotten… Utterly spellbinding, even tender. A full standing ovation from the deliriously happy packed room.
Go! Eric Davis is a Master. Hilariously shocking… deliciously rude… Makes us question our moral reasoning- admitting secrets and debating (as he) drags us willingly into his world.
– Across The Arts
Chloe Barker, Nader Kaddour and Theo Clement
Brash, campy, crass and scrappy. Right Now Tonight is Ottawa’s own and only late night talk show featuring the best and weirdest Canada’s capital has to offer. Hosts Chloe Barker and Nader Kaddour dazzle with their slapstick shenanigans while a cast of scoundrel puppets rounds out this rag-tag ensemble. Right Now Tonight: help make our moms proud. Featuring new guests and performances each night.
Meet Nakota. A young boy who is trying to write the greatest story ever. One day, his grandfather, 103-year-old Rocko, comes over for a visit. Next thing Nakota knows, he is whisked away into a world of stories that are right below his feet. Within the land. This show explores the interplay between stories of the present against the long forgotten stories of the past.
“What you doing?…Standing on the grass…What does the sign say?…Keep off the grass…” and so START SWIMMING begins. In a room: 11 people with nothing to go on other than the urges they feel and the need to fight to move ahead, to survive. Is it worth taking risks when a misstep can destroy all they’ve worked for? How do they fight unseen powers attempting to control…and when the rules keep changing? With Pavlovian consequences and Orwellian overtones, this play continues TWA’s tradition of presenting hard-hitting contemporary theatre by young artists. From the makers of FUGEE. WARNING: mature language.
Janice Israeloff & Michael Smith
Comedian and Recreation Therapist Janice Israeloff shares stories of the horror and joy of aging: a geriatric survivor’s guide drawn from personal experiences of growing old while providing therapy for very old people with Alzheimer’s. Be prepared to laugh and cry. BYOAD (Bring Your Own Adult Diapers).
“…a stand-and-deliver approach…moving, funny and uplifting…” – Gary Smith, Hamilton Spectator.
Ryan Borochovitz, Caitlin Hart and Letycia Henriques
Like a tale as old as time only more woke. The Beast shows Belle his huge library in the hopes that she falls madly in love with him, except it doesn’t work out like that. Instead she ends up reading philosophy, and educates his servants on how they are actually his slaves, starting an uprising. Will the servants be human again? Will Belle marry the Beast? Will the Beast and Gaston become bros?
Jim Loucks’ rollicking solo performance, based loosely on his childhood, told in his Southern storytelling style with songs and humor. Granddaddy was his hero, a big man with a bigger personality, haunted by his days as Chief of Police. As he nears the end of his life, he seeks redemption through teaching his grandson to respect life and to respect himself. A moving tribute to an imperfect hero. Winner- “Best Solo Performance”- Tucson Fringe 2017.
“Loucks has the master storyteller’s art locked.” CRITIC’S PICK Cincinnati CityBeat
“Loucks is an excellent performer, and theatergoers should watch for him in any future shows. The Biscuiteater is recommended for all.” Central Texas Live Theatre
“A powerful piece about guns, death, and dignity.” Arts in LA
Written & Performed by Jim Loucks
Directed & Developed by Lisa Chess
Produced by Deb Loucks
Monica Bradford-Lea and Lauren Welchner
The time has come. The Double Aces have been waiting years for their chance to be seen by the Worldwide Brotherhood of Wizardry. Finally, a Brotherhood rep is here to see their show. Will they be good enough to make it in? What does it take to become a brother?
From creators of House Show, In Waking Life, and winners of the 2017 Kingston Fringe ‘Spirit of the Fringe’ award.
Mathieu Charlebois, Nichole Perera, and Samantha Clarke
Tired of living the path set before him, Dylan leaves his family, life, and job in Ottawa and moves to New York to pursue his artistic ambitions. However, Dylan’s newfound freedom is soon derailed as one drunk text brings his past back to him.