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Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down

August 3 - August 8

Saturday July 31st, 2021 8pm
Sunday August 1st, 2021 2pm
Tuesday August 3rd, 2021 8pm
Wednesday August 4th, 2021 8pm
Thursday August 5th, 2021 8pm
Friday August 6th, 2021 8pm
Saturday August 7th, 2021 8pm
Sunday August 8th, 2021 2pm

Tickets for in-person performance available by phone only.
Call 753-4531 seven days a week, Noon-5pm.

$39 General Admission. $33.25 Student/Artist/Senior. $33.25 for a Group of 4 or more! (fees included).

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Known and celebrated nation-wide as a Governor General Award-winning playwright and as Artistic Director of Artistic Fraud, Robert Chafe’s newest piece also marks his triumphant return to the stage – after a 10-year hiatus – in a belated commemoration of Artistic Fraud’s 25th anniversary.

After an unexpected night in a Regina hospital emergency room, Robert can’t shake the burning question of whether he’s Tennessee Williams or Dorothy Zbornak. In Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down, Chafe presents a one-man stumbling folly about the aging body and mid-life anxiety.

Directed by esteemed Canadian director, and long-time Artistic Fraud collaborator, Sarah Garton Stanley, Everybody Just C@lm the F#ck Down opens at the LSPU Hall in St. John’s on Saturday, July 31 and runs until Sunday, August 8.

Tickets are available by phone only. Call the Hall at 709-753-4531 and save when you book with your bubble! Seats are limited!

Written & Performed by Robert Chafe
Dramaturged & Directed by Sarah Garton Stanley
Lighting Design by Leigh Ann Vardy
Sound & Video Design by Brian Kenny
Stage Managed by Crystal Laffoley
Production Management by Abra Whitney
Technical Direction by Sheldon Downey
Design Assistance by Julian Smith
Produced by Patrick Foran

*Please be advised that EVERYBODY JUST C@LM THE F#CK DOWN features frequent flashing lights, loud noises, and sudden video movement, designed to induce sensory overload. As such, this piece may not be suitable for all audiences. Additional CW: depiction of needles/medical treatment and other potentially disturbing imagery


August 3
August 8