Patrick Hercamp
Patrick Hercamp - Seymour, IN
V.25 - Knox United Church 
A true comedic story of life and death 200 years in the making. While digging through an attic, Patrick found a book listing the obituaries of his family from the past 200 years. Lightning strike, ox cart, boiling oil. You name it. Cursed will tell these tales with comedy and facts about how it could happen to you. 50% comedy, 50% storytelling, 50% TED Talks, 100% bad math People's Choice Award winner - Adelaide Fringe Best Monologue Award winner - Victoria Fringe 5 STARS - Glam Adelaide 4 STARS - Winnipeg Free Press 4 STARS - Weekend Notes

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12



No warnings

Accessibility: Hard of hearing / Deaf, English as a new language, Low Vision / Blind
Thu July 18 9:30 PM
Fri July 19 4:15 PM
Sat July 20 6:00 PM
Sun July 21 9:30 PM
Mon July 22 7:45 PM
Tue July 23 6:00 PM
Wed July 24 4:15 PM
Thu July 25 6:00 PM
Fri July 26 7:45 PM
Sat July 27 4:15 PM
Sun July 28 6:30 PM


Patrick Hercamp—Knox United Church

This is not a review of Cursed. Due to an incredible amount of reasons, Patrick Hercamp was not able to make it to Winnipeg Fringe. Instead, he collaborated with the other performers in his venue to bring a bad luck cabaret to life, only to stop when the Fringe tells it to. This is a review of that.

Brad Torres (The King in Yellow) and John Bennett (Fire in the Meth Lab), accompanied by videos of Patrick Hercamp, share their stories of the horrible luck they’ve had in the past through spoken word and poetry. It’s not as formal as it sounds. These men banded together in true Fringe spirit, because if they couldn’t do what was supposed to be done, they were at least going to do something. Go to it. Pay for it. Get well soon Patrick. But shhh, don’t tell the Fringe.

Arden Pruden