Franz Ferdinand Must Die: Acclaimed Show Marks Return to Quinte Region for Local Artists

★★★★ Global News, ★★★★ CBC Proclaimed a “Historical Tour-de-Force” by the Saskatoon Star Phoenix and Smart, Energetic and Fascinating by the CBC,  Franz Ferdinand Must Die tackles the improbable events that started a war while asking the question, “what leads young men to commit acts of political violence?”. Written and performed entirely by Belleville born Adam…

WTF is Adult Baby Cupid?

From the company that brought you The Assassination of Robert Ford and one of the creators responsible for The Enchanted Crackhouse comes a love advice show… featuring a giant singing baby!?! Adult Baby Cupid was first performed at The Lunacy Cabaret in Toronto, where he gleefully announced that he wants you to fall in love,…

Saskatoon Star Phoenix Gives The Life Henri 4 Stars!

  On paper, The Life Henri is little more than an art history lecture. In reality, The Life Henri is an incredibly entertaining, inventive and hilarious art history lecture. If only all art professors had that much energy. With little more than a laptop and projector, Adam Bailey tells the story of French painter Henri…

Summer Tour 2017: The Life Henri

Award Winning Solo Project About the Famous Painter Henri Rousseau Hits Toronto, Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Edmonton. The Life Henri has now won two Outstanding Awards, for New Play and for Production (Now Magazine) and collected Four Star reviews from Toronto, Saskatoon and Edmonton and was one of UMFM Radio’s Favourites at The Winnipeg Fringe. The…

Award Winning Artist Takes on Henri Rousseau at Edmonton Fringe

Adam Bailey, who introduced himself to Edmonton last Summer with the Award Winning Adam Bailey is On Fire, returns with the world premier of his new play Henri. Which takes on the life of infamous untrained artist Henri Rousseau, blending it with a classic horror story and sprinkling it with Adam’s whimsical humour and unique observations….

Adam Bailey is On Fire at The Toronto Fringe

  Edmonton SunThe VUE, Edmonton   It’s the heartfelt and hilarious true story of the gay son of an Evangelical Minister. We’ve taken on Winnipeg and Edmonton, and now we’re coming home with the show that’s “flies by like a church service on speed” (CBC), and has been called “inventive and honest” (The VUE). Tickets…