One of the most talked about shows at the 2009 Vancouver International Fringe Festival, Biographies of the Dead and Dying, returns to the Havana Theatre begining December 16th, 2009 with all performances pay-what-you-can.
Lesbian actor Heather Lindsay reprises her role as the author who rents a haunted house in order to write the biography of a ghost but instead of curing her of writer’s block, the author finds herself in an intense relationship with the missing and the dead.
Sold out during its 2009 Fringe run, Biographies of the Dead and Dying returns with performances through December 20th and with all of the holiday fare currently playing Vancouver’s theatres, who couldn’t use a good ol’ fashioned ghost story just in time for Christmas!
Biographies of the Dead and Dying
December 16 – 20, 8pm; Saturday matinee December 19 at 2pm
Havana Theatre, 1212 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Tickets for all performances will be Pay What You Can, to reserve please call 778 896 2844.
Visit www.machinefair.ca or www.craningneck.org for more information.
To cure herself of writer’s block, an author decides to rent a haunted house in a remote location. Her goal: to write the biography of a ghost.
Instead of curing her of writer’s block, the author finds herself in an intense relationship with the missing and the dead. A haunting story with dark humour and twisted love, it is a spare exploration of the power we have to create and destroy.