TJ Dawe’s “Burn Job”
“…a thoughtful meditation on the way we narrate our lives, and the flaws of memory.” – Winnipeg Free Press
Punctuated with music tracks and manipulated sounds created live on stage, Fringe legend and master monologist TJ Dawe tells a story about growing up, blowing things up, LSD, and a breathing technique that brings you into a psychedelic state.
“Burn Job is another impressive achievement in Dawe’s ongoing search for himself. Dawe’s stories are exquisitely crafted, whether they’re primarily funny or informative (I learned a lot about Anthony Burgess), and his perspectives on both youthful folly and adult self-deception are smart, nuanced, and generous. If you’ve ever had to revise your idea of who you are (and who hasn’t?), you’ll relate.” – The Georgia Straight
About TJ Dawe:
TJ Dawe is a Vancouver based writer, director, performer, and facilitator. He’s participated in more than one hundred theatre and comedy festivals worldwide. He’s got seven published scripts, and a humour book. His play Toothpaste and Cigars was made into the feature film What If, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Adam Driver.