Sept 23rd-25th, 2010 | Thu-Sat at 8 pm
Written & Performed by Martin Dockery
Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory
After more than a decade of temping, both at work and in relationships, a man embarks on a solo trip deep into Africa. There he demands an Epiphany. Any Epiphany. Some proof that though we’re temporary, we’re more than mere temps. A hilarious, heartbreaking, and true theatrical monologue. “A must-see!” -The Georgia Straight & The Vancouver Sun. “Pick of the Fringe/Best of Fest/Hold-Over” –Vancouver, Edmonton & Winnipeg Fringes. “***** [5 stars]” -The CBC, Toronto Eye Weekly, Edmonton Sun, Edmonton Journal, Monday Magazine, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, The Orlando Sentinel
Working with director Jean-Michele Gregory (The Last Cargo Cult and How Theater Failed America by Mike Daisey), Dockery has toured throughout 2009 & 2010, bringing his unique, energetic, and autobiographical stories to sold-out houses in Orlando, London, Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, San Francisco, and his hometown New York. Seattle marks the final stop on what has been a fantastic five-month, non-stop performance tour.