Daughter at the High Performance Rodeo
Daughter | Photo: Alejandro Santiago


QuipTake and Pandemic Theatre’s dark satire explores toxic masculinity

Amy Jo Espetveidt

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A darkly satirical piece about a father stuck in a moment of confusion, Daughter plays in the space between autobiography and fiction.

Written and performed by Adam Lazarus, the show explores his new identity as a patriarch and father, while not knowing how to operate in the world. Both hysterical and disturbing, don’t miss this provocative one-man show about toxic masculinity.

Daughter runs January 11 to 14, 2018 at The Studio at Vertigo Theatre (161, 115 9th Ave. SE) and is part of the High Performance Rodeo.