52 Stories

Dave Morris
52 Stories
Uno Fest
  • Dates: Apr 30, 2022 - May 3, 2022
  • Location: Intrepid Theatre Club
  • Created: Dave Morris
  • Advance price: $20
  • Duration: 75 minutes (approx)
  • Rating: PG14+
  • Genre: Storytelling, New Work
  • Country: Victoria, BC

Showtimes

Apr
30
Saturday
07:00 pm
May
01
Sunday
07:00 pm
May
03
Tuesday
07:00 pm

Tickets

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52 Stories is a storytelling show that takes place inside the memory palace of improviser Dave Morris. First, watch him memorize a shuffled deck of cards. Then, while reciting the order, he’ll teach you how to do it. All while telling heartwarming and heartbreaking stories of family, friends, love, loss, and of course, memory. A brand new show from Dave Morris.

What are the things you remember? What are the things you never want to forget?

“Dave Morris is a master of his art.” – Times Colonist

About the artist:
Dave Morris is a poet, magician, and storyteller,but mostly he’s an improviser. He’s been teaching, producing, and performing improvisation around Canada and the world for over 20 years. He is the artistic director of the award-winning Paper Street Theatre co. in Victoria B.C., was a long-time volunteer and regional director for the Canadian Improv Games, and performs his one-man improvised storytelling shows to high acclaim. He has performed and taught at festivals around the world, including Seattle, Chicago, London, Berlin, Romania, Amsterdam, and many more across Canada. If you haven’t seen him before, just know: he likes you already!

Credits:
Dramaturge: Nicole Malcolm

This project was supported by the BC Arts Council and the Province of British Columbia.

Showtimes

Apr
30
Saturday
07:00 pm
May
01
Sunday
07:00 pm
May
03
Tuesday
07:00 pm

Tickets

Location

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Intrepid Theatre Club
2-1609 Blanshard Street,
Victoria, BC V8W 2J5
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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