See Bob Run & Wild Abandon
Bob is on the road. Bob is on the run. But from what, or whom, is she running? Follow Bob as she hops from car to car telling her story to unsuspecting drivers as she tries to put her life in the rear-view mirror. Will she make it to her destination? And what will she find when she gets there? Find out in the critically adored See Bob Run.
In Wild Abandon we are introduced to Steve, a man alone in the world. Steve is acerbic, opinionated, and desperate to figure himself out. As he recounts his life story, we follow Steve out the door of his strict Catholic home, through diners and bars and parks as we hear the tales that made the man. Wild Abandon is a story about running away, and about how to find your way home again.
"…the ironic name stands in sharp contrast to this perceptive and thoroughly engrossing one-woman show."—The Toronto Star
"…wonderfully charged, like watching Beckett done by Lenny Bruce on a jag." —The Globe and Mail
"…a one-man show without valleys. It's a wonderful piece—honest, imaginative, profound, moving, and very funny." —Carole Corbeil
"…this is the rare one-person show which fully justifies the form." —The Edmonton Sun
."...a one-man show without valleys. It's a wonderful piece—honest, imaginative, profound, moving and very funny." —Carole Corbeil
"...the ironic name stands in sharp contrast to this perceptive and thoroughly engrossing one-woman show." —Toronto Star