Confessions of an Operatic Mute

No Fixed Address Productions
Confessions of an Operatic Mute
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 23, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Location: VCM Wood Hall (Fringe Venue 4)
  • Created: Briane Nasimok
  • Advance price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9 + s/c
  • Door price: Regular $11/ St & Sr $9
  • Duration: 50 mins
  • Rating: PG 14+
  • Genre: Comedy story
  • Country: Toronto, ON

Follow multi-Gemini-award nominated writer Briane Nasimok’s path from his first theatre experience, through an operatic career that toured North America for three years, without him uttering a word. CBC’s Canada Writes “one of the top ten Fringe shows not to be missed”. “NNNN” – NOW Toronto. “genuinely captivating stories and a gentle comedic rapport with the audience” – Halifax Weekly herculeaneffort.ca


About the artist/company
Canadian Comedy Award recipient Briane Nasimok, has been telling stories from an early age, a talent he primarily used in those days to get out of trouble. When he was eight Briane went to live theatre for the first time which inspired him to pursue his dream – but instead it led him to an usual career, appearing in over 30 operas and nearly 300 performances, without uttering a word. Canada’s Foremost Operatic Mute went on to a career in stand-up comedy and to the creation of this acclaimed one-person show.

Credits
Written and performed by Briane Nasimok
Original Production directed by Peter Moss
Remounted Production direct by Lesley Ballantyne

Showtimes

Aug
24
Friday
09:45 pm
Aug
25
Saturday
03:15 pm
Aug
26
Sunday
07:30 pm
Aug
27
Monday
08:00 pm
Sep
01
Saturday
09:00 pm
Sep
02
Sunday
08:15 pm

Tickets

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Location

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VCM Wood Hall (Fringe Venue 4)
907 Pandora Avenue,
Victoria, BC V8V 3N4
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