I Think I’m Dead

Thunder Blunder—Red River College – Roblin Centre

Insomnia, depression, thoughts of suicide. I you’ve experienced any of these, this is the play for you. And even if you haven’t, you will enjoy this show. Nothing that’s going to knock your socks off, but an earnest, true-life sharing of one man’s tribulations, related in a very capable, enjoyable way. No low points and professionally done.

Lisa Campbell


I Think I’m Dead

Thunder Blunder—Red River College – Roblin Centre

Al suffers from insomnia. He has for years and this show is all about his journey to cope with it. This show starts out with such high intensity the likes of which I have never seen. Al spoke very fast to start but because he was such a gifted story teller I was hooked on every word.

His story was engaging and hilarious. This sets the audience well to handle the quieter more emotional points of his story. The ending will bring you to tears. I was so moved and identified with this show so much. It was a beautiful piece about emotions, anxiety, depression and realizing you can’t do it yourself. This is a can’t miss show. It will make you feel everything and give you hope that someone else has felt and gone through the same things you have. Thank you Al for sharing your journey. I would see this man talk about cheese for 10 hours he is that good. I look forward to seeing what he comes up with next.

Kaitlyn Kriss


Thunder Blunder

I Think I’m Dead—Red River College – Roblin Centre

Hi Winnipeg! Last year, a tiny man was living inside Al’s beard. This year, Al Lafrance brings you a tale of insomnia-driven delusions and travels in his breakneck storytelling onslaught titled “I Think I’m Dead”. You’ll definitely laugh, you’ll possibly cry, and at very least, you’ll have something to talk about when you leave this show. See you there!