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Event Archive - It'll Come to Me: Christian Martin

Sat. October 12th 2019 - Sat. October 12th 2019 SKAM Satellite Studio (No Minors)
7:30pm - 10:00pm doors at 7:00pm
$25 General Admission, $20 Students/Seniors
Presented by: Theatre Skam

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Theatre: Drama
It'll Come to Me, a new play by Christian Martin
Produced by Theatre SKAM
Directed by Matthew Payne

October 10 - 12, 2019
SKAM Satellite Studio
849 Fort Street

Advance tickets sales end 2hrs prior to showtime. Ticket sales at-door are subject to availability.

General Admission: $25
Students (with valid student ID) and Seniors (over 65): $20


Ages 16+ (Coarse language and mature subject matter.)
Event running time ~ 2 hours plus a 15 minute intermission.

The harrowing and fully jazzed-up tale of one person’s attempt to make it in the big city, the spiral down, and the redemption.

Christian Martin's semi-autobiographical account of his time in New York City kicks off with a goodbye to his old friend Matthew Payne (who is also directing the show), as Christian leaves on a bus with literally $1 in his pocket and a dream in his heart. From there we meet dozens of people who move in and out of his life, all performed by Christian himself and underscored by a jazz duo on drums and trumpet.

PERFORMED BY Christian Martin
DIRECTED BY Matthew Payne
DRAMATURGY Andrew Templeton
SOUND DESIGN Olivia Wheeler
LIGHTING, SET & PROJECTIONS Logan Swain & Matthew Payne
COSTUME DESIGN Nathan Patterson

ACCESSIBILITY NOTICE: This venue has gender neutral washrooms. This venue is also fully wheelchair accessible.

We acknowledge the financial support of CRD Arts, The BC Arts Council, The Province of BC, The Victoria Foundation and The Canada Council for the Arts.

Theatre SKAM is grateful to live and create on the Traditional Territories of the Lekwungen Peoples, now known as the Esquimalt and Songhees First Nations.


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