A live bouffon seminar written & performed by Jake Tkaczyk
Directorial eye from Kristine Nutting
Dramaturgical support from Christine Lesiak
Runtime: 45 mins
Zoom Show Times (MDT): Fri. Sept. 24 @ 7pm; Sat. Sept. 25 @ 2pm & 7pm
Pay what you will, starting at $7 CDN
Herr Frölich is the world’s first German Nihilst life coach. He discovered that traffic cones make excellent megaphones. He also discovered a deep enjoyment for helping people through tough times. In this 45-minute seminar you will change in ways you never imagined. Come have a seat and learn a little about life and a lot about yourself! Batteries not included.
Zoom link and performance information provided when you book your ticket. We recommend one ticket and a separate device per audience member.
Content Warnings: Sexual Content, Audience Participation, Language: German, Capitalism,
Existential Dread references to pop culture that you may or may not be familiar with
depending on if you are a millennial or not, and laughs.
Jake Tkaczyk (He/Him) is an Edmonton-based theatre artist with a passion for creating new and engaging work collaboratively. He is currently in the midst of his PhD in Creative Practice from the Transart Institute and Liverpool John Moores’ University. Jake has worked as an actor, director, creator, and educator in central Alberta. Jake had the extreme pleasure of working as an Artist Intern at Northern Light Theatre for a few years and is currently the Program Coordinator at Theatre Alberta. Jake recently received the AFA Young Artist Prize.
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