Justin Shaw’s Midnight Baby will be on stage June 25 at Harmony House in Hunter River.
The one-person comedy, written and performed by Island storyteller Justin Shaw, tells the story of a man’s obsession with planning and its impact on his relationships. In exploring his anxieties, shame and embarrassment, Midnight Baby strives to answer the question “how can you be enough for another person?”
Shaw’s performance credits include Popalopalots improv comedy, Lorne Elliot’s Culture Shock, and Salt-Water Moon. His debut solo show The Wrestling Play earned the Patron’s Pick distinction at the 2017 Island Fringe Festival and was later presented at Edmonton’s Nextfest Arts & Culture Festival. As a comedian, Shaw has performed across Canada and opened for Scott Faulconbridge, Elvira Kurt, and the late Mike MacDonald. He is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.
Midnight Baby is directed by Benton Hartley, Artistic Director at Desert Island Theatre Company.
This show is intended for an adult audience. Information and tickets at harmonyhousepei.com or 964-2255.