House: Daniel MacIvor's One-Man Dark Comedy
Though the title may lead some to think that this is a stage adaptation of the hit Fox TV show about a misanthropic doctor, House
is actually a one-man dark comedy about a guy named Victor, whose seemingly happy life -- wife, house, job -- has crumbled around him, leaving him to pick through the ruins and his sordid history in the hopes of coming out happier on the other side. Donnie Smith (The Lincoln Lawyer
) stars in this intriguing mix of storytelling and stand-up comedy, penned by the award-winning Canadian writer-director Daniel MacIvor (Past Perfect, Wilby Wonderful
), in which the performer addresses the audience directly.
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The last date listed for House was Saturday October 6, 2012 / 8:30pm.
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