THIS TIME I MEAN IT

J McLaughlin
THIS TIME I MEAN IT
Uno Fest
  • Dates: May 20, 2017
  • Location: Metro Studio Theatre
  • Created: by J McLaughlin
  • Performed: by J McLaughlin
  • Advance price: $20
  • Door price: $20
  • Duration: 55 min
  • Rating: Adult themes, coarse language.
  • Genre: Performance Art
  • Country: Victoria

Time is running out. One last kick at the can. No more pulled punches. No more broken promises. This time I mean it.

THIS TIME I MEAN IT, written expressively for UNO 2017, is the fourth & final transmission of a trilogy that includes NEVER AGAIN (2010), NOW MORE THAN EVER (2007), J. MCLAUGHLIN’S APOCALYPSE (2006), & EVERYTHING IS SICK AND WRONG (2005).

THIS TIME I MEAN IT documents McLaughlin’s attempts to comprehend/transcend anxiety, contentment, dark thoughts, violent fantasies, death, enlightenment, outer space, inner peace, paranoia, guilt, greed, pleasure, failure & other people.

Four out of five dysfunctional robots agree: “J. McLaughlin’s desperate megalomania will make you feel better about your own problems.” 

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: “J. McLaughlin has the ability to make people laugh out loud. Okay, sometimes she gets a little creepy. But sometimes she blurts out some image so shocking and gorgeous it rewires your brain.” 2010, UNO Fest

Showtimes

May
20
Saturday
09:00 pm

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased online through our partner website Ticket Rocket – Victoria’s Community Box Office.

Buy Tickets

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 1-855-842-7575, or in person at 101-804 Broughton Street.

Location

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Metro Studio Theatre
1411 Quadra Street,
Victoria, BC
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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