All of Human History in 7 Stories
So Lonely Productions - Winnipeg, MB
V.4 - The Fountain - Portage Place 
Is it possible to tell the story of human existence in one hour? Find out as George takes you on a wild 50,000-year ride in a performance that amuses and entertains as it asks the big questions about what we’ve done and why it matters. Discover why Ghengis Khan was the original gangster, a giraffe is the ultimate status symbol, and Marie Antoinette’s court was basically the lunchroom from Mean Girls.

From the creator of I Lost on Jeopardy: 5 STARS “one-man master class in punchy, engaging storytelling” – Winnipeg Free Press

Show Info:
60 Minutes


Parental Guidance

Warnings: Mild language, violent content

Wed July 13 6:00 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Mon July 18 2:30 PM
Wed July 20 4:15 PM
Thu July 21 7:45 PM
Fri July 22 10:00 PM
Sat July 23 11:45 AM
Sun July 24 4:15 PM

All of Human History in 7 Stories

So Lonely Productions—The Fountain – Portage Place

I had really enjoyed George Buri’s show “I Lost on Jeopardy” at the last Fringe, and thought he was a really good storyteller.

He did not disappoint in this new show, his easy-going speaking style and interesting stories made for a fabulous journey through time. Each story works to illustrate certain human traits, both the good and the despicable, which appear both in the past and the prersent day. He does leave you with an optimistic hope for a better future.

Murray Hunter