Lineup for the 18th Uno fest announced

Uno Fest 2015 has international flavour

Uno Fest is back for the 18th year and organizer Intrepid Theatre has released the list of artists attending.

Since 1997, Uno Fest has presented hundreds of solo artists and more than 300 shows in North America’s longest-running solo performance festival.

Here are the bold theatre makers and fearless artists bringing their stories to The Metro Studio and Intrepid Theatre Club as part of Uno Fest, May 7-23. The full festival schedule , tickets and passes will be available March 1.

Sea Sick (Alanna Mitchell / The Theatre Centre, Toronto

Me, Myself & Eye (Stéphanie Morin-Robert, Montreal)

Half Girl / Half Face (by Zoe Erwin Longstaff, performed by Arlen Aguayo Stewart, Toronto)

The Rendez-vous (Krin Haglund/Le Radiant, Montreal)

Dissolve (Shameless Hussies, Vancouver)

eatingthegame (Hong Kong Exile (HKX), Vancouver)

6 Guitars (Chase Padgett, Portland OR)

Fylm (Simon Munnery, UK)

God is a Scottish Drag Queen II (Mike Delamont, Victoria)

Real Mature (Shirley Gnome, Vancouver)

Porn & Pinochet (Andy Canete, Vancouver)

The Lion, the Bitch and the Wardrobe (Sharon Mahoney, Victoria)

Suitcase Stories (Maki Yi, Vancouver)

Magic Unicorn Island (Jayson McDonald, London ON)

Slick (Karen Lee Pickett, Victoria)

 

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