Red Bastard: Lie With Me
by Eric Davis & Aitor Basauri
Red Bastard - New York, NY
V.12 - Asper Centre for Theatre and Film - U of W 
Do you know the RULES OF LOVE? Are you sure?
Award-winning trickster Red Bastard guides you on this hilariously fun, 5-STAR tilt-a-whirl of love, lust and freedom - teetering on the tip of your moral highs and lows. A mischievous, thought-provoking show for singles, couples and anyone who ever dared to adore.
5 STARS - Ed Fest Mag
5 STARS - Broadway Baby
5 STARS - Glam Adelaide
5 STARS - Adelaidian
“The show to see. Never to be forgotten.” - The Scotsman
"A must see...hysterically funny...unforgettable performance" - Adelaidian

Show Info:
75 Mins
Tickets: $12


Warnings: Coarse Language, Sexual Content
Thu July 19 9:30 PM
Fri July 20 2:15 PM
Sat July 21 3:45 PM
Mon July 23 12:00 PM
Tue July 24 6:00 PM
Wed July 25 10:30 PM
Fri July 27 8:30 PM
Sat July 28 4:00 PM

Red Bastard: Lie With Me

Red Bastard—Asper Centre for Theatre and Film – U of W

We were dancing around the house with delight when we saw that our favorite bastard was finally returning to Winnipeg. His last show was one of those performances so titilating, provocative and different, that I could never forget it. Eric has created a delicious, devilish persona that scares you back a bit; and yet, his understanding of human nature and warmth perk through and draw you in. He has created a show that is so different from the usual Fringe fare, that it really is a must see and such a welcome change. The premise is to make you question your morality and just where your boundaries lie, and how much do you really lie. He interacts continuously with the audience and the success of the show grows with the honest input of the crowd.

We were blessed with a really special volunteer whose openness really brought the show to a new level. This young man had a female partner in the crowd, yet he was willing to feed Eric chocolate and be fed, share a messy mango, close dance and even kiss him. Eric lovingly washed the young man’s hands of the mango juice and tenderly dried his hands. You could see the actor’s appreciation of the extraordinary lengths this young man was willing to go to and his open heart just melted the audience as well. This again, was an experience that will never leave me. This is Fringe at its finest and if I can, I will take this in again. In 30 years I have never seen a show twice in one festival, but I will make an exception. My top show this year! Bravo Eric!

Lisa Campbell