But Wait! There’s More!

Maid in Canada
But Wait! There's More!
Uno Fest
  • Dates: May 1, 2020
  • Location:
  • Created: J McLaughlin
  • Performed: J McLaughlin
  • Advance price: Free live stream
  • Duration: 60 mins
  • Rating: Adults only: Coarse Language, Adult Themes, Nudity, Haze
  • Genre: Dark Comedy
  • Country: Victoria, BC

Showtimes

May
01
Friday
08:30 pm

Tickets

Announcing UNO Fest Online! But Wait! There’s More! will be presented as a part of the Week 1 online offerings. You can see a FREE live stream of this show on Facebook Live on Friday May 1. You can also join J for a free Facebook Live on April 30.

You do not need to purchase a ticket to view this live stream, just tune in to Intrepid Theatre’s Facebook page on May 1. If you missed the live stream, you can watch the full show HERE. (Note, J is live on camera for a pre-show, and the performance starts about 15 minutes in)

Death to hypocrisy, smash the state, fuck the patriarchy, damn the lies. J McLaughlin’s life-long passion for miniature golf and Aeolian harps inspires a whimsical journey of self-discovery, self-forgiveness, empowerment, and love.* J is a mean, funny, petulant, weird queer old maid. Written for this year’s festival, But Wait! There’s More! follows previous UNO Fest shows including This Time I Mean It (2017), and unpacks the jorrows** of anxiety, ecstasy, true love, dark thoughts, outer space, inner peace, death, desire, enlightenment, sex, smoking, drinking, fear, rage, paranoia, guilt, greed, pleasure, failure, egomania, megalomania, and other people.
*Bullsh*t
**jorrows(pl): joy + sorrow

UNO Fest Online Meet The Artists – J McLaughlin 

Photo by Carolyn Mark

 

About the artist
J. McLaughlin has been entertaining, enthralling & occasionally terrorizing burlesque, stand-up, theatrical & music audiences for over 25 years. Working from a philosophy of desperate optimism, McLaughlin exploits her personal experiences, using analytical observation & twisted fantasies to create hilarious narratives that temporarily solve all the problems in the world.

 

 

Showtimes

May
01
Friday
08:30 pm

Tickets

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