#past #present #future

Enigmatic Events
#past #present #future
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 23, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Location: Victoria Event Centre (Fringe Venue 1)
  • Created: Chris Rudram
  • Advance price: All Seats $11 + s/c
  • Door price: All Seats $11
  • Duration: 50 mins
  • Rating: PG 14+: Coarse language, adult themes
  • Genre: Improvised Drama
  • Country: Victoria, BC

“The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.” – LP Hartley. From the company that brought you Jukebox Drives comes an improvised drama that moves between the past, the present and the future. Will characters change? Will relationships survive? Only time will tell.  By selecting a #hashtag for each moment in time, the audience inspires the stories. Instagram:  @past_present_future_show

About the artist/company
Enigmatic Events is local Victoria company that produces interactive events and collaborative story-telling. This is our third year at Victoria fringe (“A Quiet Season” and “Jukebox Drive”). We are still improvising stories live on stage, but this year moving away from adapting a game to a show, and looking at a more dramatic presentation of life and the changes we all go through.

Credits
Bill Nance, Brett Macdonald, Jazz Campbell, Natasha Guerra, Taylor Montalbetti – Actors
Chris Rudram – Creator/Director
Chris Rudram and Natasha Guerra – Co-Producers

 

Showtimes

Aug
23
Thursday
08:30 pm
Aug
24
Friday
09:45 pm
Aug
25
Saturday
05:30 pm
Aug
29
Wednesday
05:45 pm
Sep
01
Saturday
04:45 pm
Sep
02
Sunday
05:00 pm

Tickets

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Location

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Victoria Event Centre (Fringe Venue 1)
1415 Broad Street,
Victoria, BC V8W 2B2
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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