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. 

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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