This radical and thought-provoking show delves deep into the history, politics and logics of occupation, colonization and indigeneity. Part lecture, part meditation, and part threat, each night a different performer straps themselves into an extreme situation, and takes a raw look at where our similarities begin and where they end, forcing both the performer and the audience to ask themselves: What would I die for?
The show features three revolving performers on different days (Tom Arthur Davis, Donna-Michelle St. Bernard and a local artist). Each share their own personal experience, narratives and experience. No two shows are the same... this is a see-it-more-than-once experience.
Following each performance is a long table discussion.
...fiery and thought provoking...personal and powerful. NNNN -Now Magazine
This show is presented by Intrepid Theatre as part of solo performance festival UNO Fest (May 9 -19).