I Think I'm Dead

Theatre / Comedy
CAN
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I Think I'm Dead is a comedic storytelling show about unconsciousness, caffeine and death, which answers such questions as; "How much Red Bull is too much?", "What's the funnest natural disaster?" and "Who is Al Lafrance?".
By Al Lafrance (2x Just For Laughs Award winner), and creator of Fringe hit ''The Quitter''. Winner: Best Solo Show - Halifax Fringe 2017

"Lively and engaging" ★★★★ CBC Manitoba
"Inspirational and funny, Lafrance has the voice of a well-seasoned orator" ★★★★ Vue Weekly
"off-the-cuff and casual, you can't help but be inspired.'' ★★★★ Edmonton Journal
"hilarious and heartfelt" CBC Canada Writes
"pretty darn charming" Forget the Box
"he doesn't give a f**k" Chris Hardwick

Presented by:
Al Lafrance

Al Lafrance is a storyteller, improviser, pretend poet and podcaster from Montreal, Quebec, where he co-runs a monthly storytelling show called "Yarn". He is the co-founder and co-artistic director of "Solos", a yearly celebration of solo theatre. He has won the Just For Laughs award for Best Comedy in Montreal twice. His first solo show, "The Quitter" received much praise as it toured the Canadian Fringe circuit from 2014 to 2016. He has also performed with Weeping Soon in "The Ballad of Frank Allen", and in a plethora of sketch & improv troupes. He's had a beard for so long he's forgotten what his face looks like without one.

Venues

Lazy Susan's Comedy Den

Upstairs @ The Brisbane Hotel, 292 Beaufort St, Highgate, WA, 6003