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Giant Invisible Robot: April 17 -21


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 Giant Invisible Robot by Jayson McDonald

“Believe the hype: this is one invisible robot that deserves to be seen.” – Winnipeg Sun.

Russel is a terminally shy young man who’s had one imaginary friend all his life. Unfortunately, that imaginary friend is a Giant Invisible Robot programmed to destroy. Join Russel as he attempts to find love, bury the past, and prevent his Giant Robot from destroying Earth’s cities one by one.

Winner of the Georgia Straight Critics’ Choice Award – Vancouver Fringe 2011

*Language Warning* ( not for small children, recommended for a high school audience on up)

April 17 -21 at Van City Culture Lab at The Cultch

(Matinee – April 21, 2PM)

Talk-backs:
April 20 – 9:00pm
Stay around after the show for a chance to meet the creative team, ask questions and find out what goes on behind the scenes. Facilitated by Artistic Producer Stephen Drover.

Written and Performed by Jayson McDonald | Directed by Scott Holden

ABOUT STARS AND HEARTS:
From London, Ontario, Jayson McDonald is the Artistic Director of Stars and Hearts and The Natural Broadcasting Company, as well as a founding member of alt-sketch group Fully Insured. He is the creator and writer of the long-running radio-noir parody The Boneyard Man, seen across Ontario on Rogers Television. He’s received a Special Merit award in the Theatre BC National Playwriting Competition, and five London Brickenden Theatre Awards.

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