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|