Tag Archives: solo shows

‘Hello everybody, my name is TJ’ – 25 years of Fringe for TJ Dawe

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Hello everybody. Thanks for coming. My name’s TJ. I’m here to tell you a story….” It’s been 25 years since an underachieving West Coast actor, fresh from theatre school, discovered something unexpected and empowering about the … Continue reading

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A coming-of-age play called Métis Mutt comes of age: a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca It’s always started with jokes. A lot of jokes. “What do you call an Indian on a bike?” And since the man onstage is remembering his time as a teenage stand-up comic, empowered by audience laughter, … Continue reading

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Métis Mutt: Sheldon Elter’s journey beyond the punch lines

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca “Hello. My name is Sheldon Elter. And I’ll be your Native comedian for this evening.” Sheldon Elter, the startlingly multi-talented Métis actor/ playwright/ screenwriter/ musician/ director, shudders when he thinks of the jokes he told as … Continue reading

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Romance in the Regency: One Man Pride and Prejudice, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

One Man Pride and Prejudice (Stage 19, Sugar Swing Ballroom) By Marc Horton It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single actor in possession of a good story must not mess it up. Victoria actor Charles Ross has a … Continue reading

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