WTF? (or What’s Theatre For?)

Daniel MacIvor
WTF? (or What's Theatre For?)
Uno Fest
  • Dates: May 17, 2017
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: by Daniel MacIvor/ reWork Productions
  • Performed: by Daniel MacIvor
  • Advance price: $25
  • Door price: $30
  • Duration: 70 mins
  • Genre: Keynote with Q+A
  • Country: Halifax

In WTF? (or What’s Theatre For?) acclaimed theatre artist Daniel MacIvor takes us on a journey through his personal and professional life to help us (and him) understand the accident of intention, the profundity of the random, and the wisdom of not knowing. WTF? is a keynote talk commissioned specifically for the 20th UNO Fest.

Pay-What-You-Can – All shows marked * are Pay-What-You-Can for tickets at the door. We reserve 25% of every Uno Fest Opening Night for PWYC tickets. Advance tickets for these shows are regular price.

About the artist: A playwright, director, actor and artistic director of da da kamera from 1987 to 2007, Daniel’s work has toured extensively internationally and in Canada. His plays include You Are Here, In On It, A Beautiful View and the solo shows House, Here Lies Henry, Monster, and Cul-de-sac. From 2007 to 2015 he was playwright-in-residence at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto where his plays How It Works, Communion, Was Spring, Cake and Dirt and The Best Brothers were produced. As a playwright his work has been translated into French, Portuguese, Spanish, Czech, German and Japanese. He is the recipient of a Governor General’s Award, an Obie Award, a GLAAD Award and the Siminovitch Prize in Theatre.



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