Dreams Of A Drunken Quaker

Dreams Of A Drunken Quaker 

 image from the 1990 Edmonton Fringe Festival Guide

The fast paced and hilariously physical comedy duets of Michael Green and Andy Curtis.  

When was the last time you woke up from a nightmare laughing?  Approach the unconscious mind of modern man through a triptych of Jungian adventures.  

Originally performed in three separate parts, they all premiered at different times; Blackmail House, Horse Killer and King Scabbard & I.

Dreams of a Drunken Quaker consists of three seemingly unrelated parts: Blackmail House, a pas de deux for male voices/dancers; Horse Killer, a quest fairy tale about sheep, horses, dung beetles and a hero named Iceland; and King Scabbard & I, a free-association word-and-image game between two characters named Flesh and Stump, with an inflatable globe, and baby carriage and and eight-candle ritual. 

1989 (Part 3 King Scabbard & I) Buddies In Bad Times Rhubarb! Festival, Toronto, Canada
1988 (Part 1 Blackmail House) Second Story Gallery, Calgary, Canada
1989 (Part 2, Horse Killer) Secret Theatre, Calgary, Canada
1987 Edmonton Fringe Festival, Edmonton, Canada
1987 Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, Canada
Written by Michael Green  •  Directed by Denise Clarke  •  Choreography/Staging by Denise Clarke  •  Lighting Design by Sandi Somers  •  Sound Design and Composition by Richard McDowell  •  Set Design by Sandi Somers  •  Technical Director Ian Wilson
Featuring Andy Curtis and Michael Green