Labrador

By T. J. Dawe

Labrador
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Labrador is about a part of the world that practically no one knows anything about — Canada's own Siberia. And because your tour guide is the lovely and talented TJ Dawe, it's also about the cycle of generations, how the hell bread got invented, the blurry line between fact ... Read more


Overview

Labrador is about a part of the world that practically no one knows anything about — Canada's own Siberia. And because your tour guide is the lovely and talented TJ Dawe, it's also about the cycle of generations, how the hell bread got invented, the blurry line between fact and fiction, why schedule needs to be pronounced with a k sound, and how aliens and archaeologists are the same.

T. J. Dawe

TJ Dawe is a Vancouver based writer, performer and director of new theatre, specializing in autobiographical stories. His co-written play Toothpaste and Cigars became the feature film The F Word, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan and Adam Driver. He co-created and directed The One Man Star Wars Trilogy, which has been touring the world since 2002, including runs off-Broadway in New York, London’s West End and the Sydney Opera House. He regularly mines his life for monologues, which he's toured to more than one hundred theatre festivals. He leads workshops on solo shows, developing a creative practice, and the personality types of The Enneagram. He’s co-created stage parodies of Sex and the City, Stranger Things, The Walking Dead, adapted the blog PostSecret, and the podcast Serial Killers. He spends half the year on the road developing and touring various projects. His website is tjdawe.ca

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"All Dawe’s considerable talents . . . are on display in this quirky new one-man show about his adventures, both real and imagined, as part of a touring children’s show in a part of Canada about which very few of us know anything."

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