Who Killed Spalding Gray?
On the weekend of January 11, 2004, celebrated American monologist Spalding Gray ended his life by jumping off the Staten Island Ferry in New York. That same weekend on the other side of the country Daniel MacIvor was spending three days in California in a series of sessions with a man who had offered to save MacIvor's life. Linking these two real stories is a fiction derived from the obsessions of Gray and the inventions of MacIvor about a man named Howard who had forgotten how to live. A solo performance about truth and lies and the four most important things in life.
Written and Performed by Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Daniel Brooks
Dramaturgy by Iris Turcott
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The Myth of Authenticity
The Scottish Play
It Could Have Been Worse
A fever dream allegorical performance about an aging Queer who meets an Opportunity on the street one night and accidentally murders it and then hides out with Loneliness and the two of them hatch a plan to kidnap Time. This will be the seventh solo piece created by Daniel MacIvor and Daniel Brooks.