INK
by Alastair Knowles & Stéphanie Morin-Robert
Stephanie Morin-Robert - Vancouver, BC
 http://jamesandjamesy.com/ink
V.17 - PTE - Colin Jackson Studio 
10,000 sq. feet of paper. One pen. Canadian Comedy Award winner and Off-Broadway performer Alastair Knowles, of 20x Best of Fest JAMES & JAMESY, bids a visually stunning adieu to the era of putting pen to paper. A sketch comes to life, determined to find depth in a two-dimensional world. Knowles has a “pitch-perfect ability to express his character’s bittersweet search for human connection through movement.” - Toronto Star 5 STARS - CBC/Winnipeg Free Press, 2 for Tea 5 STARS - CBC, In the Dark 5 STARS - Theatre in London, Bushel and Peck

Cast:
Alastair Knowles

  
Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12

Genre:
Play-Comedy

Audience:
General

No warnings

Accessibility: Hard of hearing / deaf, English as a new language
Wed July 17 6:15 PM
Thu July 18 10:00 PM
Fri July 19 6:00 PM
Sat July 20 10:00 PM
Sun July 21 4:15 PM
Mon July 22 8:15 PM
Tue July 23 6:00 PM
Wed July 24 8:15 PM
Thu July 25 4:15 PM
Fri July 26 10:00 PM
Sat July 27 6:00 PM
Sun July 28 3:45 PM

INK

Stephanie Morin-Robert—PTE – Colin Jackson Studio

Alastair Knowles, of James & Jamesy fame, uses his gifts as a physical comedy performer in this artistic and somewhat abstract show about a drawing that has come alive. He begins by trying to connect to the audience by doing a series of quick drawings of a few audience members on the giant roll of paper hanging at the back of the stage. He then uses the paper and pen to try and create some deeper connections and explore his world. The show is almost completely non-verbal but his physical talents usually get his message across. It is a fun, and sometimes weird ride.

Murray Hunter