Red Bastard- Review
This is not a typical show, and a typical review would not do it justice.
Any attempt to explain would take away the element of surprise and you will have a much fuller experience if you can enter with a clean slate and go off your own instincts instead of preconceived notions of what may be expected of you. But be aware, there are expectations of you. I think this just comes from a place of respect and admiration from one artist to another. Within one hour I don’t think I have ever had so many conflicting ideas turning inside me. I hoped I would be chosen as one of the many audience members he addresses, at the same time terrified I would be noticed and called upon. I felt completely inadequate as an artist, but so inspired to continue to create and work towards something that one day might be up to par with what I experienced. This is the kind of show that I am grateful to have been a part of and cannot stress enough that anyone who is willing to turn themselves over to the Red Bastard’s master class needs to be a part of this. Whether you are an artist or not, this is an invaluable life experience, not just a theatrical one that you will regret letting pass you by.
If you do intend to see this production, get your ticket early as the show has been selling out.
Performed by Eric Davis
Directed by Sue Morrison
Playing at Studio Léonard-Beaulne