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October 12, 2012

Good People Bad Things by Daniel Thau-Eleff


Good People Bad Things
A new one-man-show about evil

Written and performed by Daniel Thau-Eleff
Direction and dramaturgy by Chris Gerrard-Pinker
Media design by Steven Hunnie

October 18 – 28, 2012
at the Rudolf Rocker Centre, 3rd floor, 91 Albert St (above Mondragon)
Opening night reception - October 18, after the show, with catering from Mondragon 
and music by local singer/songwriter Franklin Fernando (of RasTamils).

8 pm nightly
2 pm & 8 pm Saturdays
no show on Monday
$18 / $13 stu / sen
October 23 pay what you can
To reserve tickets:
phone: (204) 221-1120 or email 

Adolf Eichmann was looking for work. The Nazis were hiring. 
And with that, he took the first step down a path which would end on the gallows, 
with millions murdered along the way.

Madison fell in love with Don. They moved to the country to start the small-scale farm 
of their dreams. Love conquered all, until they couldn’t pay the bills.

An Israeli journalist published a tirade as a satire of the Israeli right wing. 
He was fired the next day. It was a grab bag of quotes from Hitler's Mein Kamf.

Ward Churchill described the 9/11 victims as “little Eichmanns.” 
Were they?
Why do normal people do terrible things? 
Are we all implicated?
By the way, it’s a comedy.

October 27 at 3:15 pm
A panel discussion called “Goyim in Solidarity,” 
moderated by writer, comedian and Comedy Fest Director Al Rae. 

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We are looking for volunteer ushers and ticket sellers. 
And we are looking for donors and sponsors: if you are able to donate $50 or $100 to the production, we are happy to include your tickets as a thank you for your donation, and we’ll acknowledge your support in the program.

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