UNO Fest 2017 Artist Line-up

From the underground to the mainstream, Intrepid Theatre’s UNO Fest of solo performance, celebrates 20 years of daring stories, acclaimed artists and shit-disturbers.

Fifteen bold and innovative shows from Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, San Francisco and New York, including 9 premieres and 5 commissions play the 20th Annual UNO Fest from May 17-27, 2017 at The Metro Studio, Intrepid Theatre Club & more. From parties to soundscapes, from performance art to a salsa lesson, this 11 day festival is packed to the brim with genre-defying, boundary-pushing solo performance.


2017 Line-up

Daniel MacIvor, WTF? (or What’s Theatre For?) (reWork Productions, Halifax)* commission
Haley McGee
, I’m Doing This for You (Never Mind The Noise, Toronto)
J McLaughlin, THIS TIME I MEAN IT (Victoria)* commission
Carmen Aguirre, Broken Tailbone (Nightswimming, Vancouver/Toronto)*
Adam Grant Warren, Last Train In (rice & beans theatre, Vancouver)*
Thomas McKechnie, 4 1/2 (ig)noble truths (zeitpunktheatre in association with Why Not Theatre, Toronto)
Pedro Chamale, Small Town Hoser Spic (rice & beans theatre, Vancouver)
Alexandra Tatarsky, SIGN FELT! (New York )
Nathaniel Justiniano, Do What You Love (Naked Empire Bouffon, San Francisco)
Kerri Flannigan, The Secrets of Naming Clouds (Victoria)*
Pamela Bethel, After The Beep (Theatre SKAM, Victoria)*
Katie Sly, Charisma Furs (Tender Container, Vancouver)
TJ Dawe, Burn Job (Vancouver )
Anna Chatterton, Quiver (Toronto)
Eddi Wilson / Ann-Bernice Thomas / Sarah Murphy, UNO Works (Victoria)* 3 commissions

*denotes a premiere

Single tickets and festival passes are on sale now.

Photos: Carmen Aguirre, Daniel MacIvor, Thomas McKechnie, Haley McGee (top) Anna Chatterton, Katie Sly,  Kerri Flanagan, Adam Grant Warren  (bottom)


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