Read a review of No Boundarys as printed in The Tolucan Times, June 2012.
No Boundarys is my latest One-Man Show. It was presented as part of the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2012 at Theatre Asylum in Hollywood, CA.
No Boundarys is about life, death and camping.
Mostly life, some death, and a lot of camping.
Noel and Bill are on a canoe trip to the beautiful Boundary Waters of northern Minnesota, where it’s so quiet and peaceful, even a small plane seems out of place.
After a long day canoeing and portaging, there’s nothing better than sitting by a fire under the stars, drinking scotch and telling stories of gamblers, drinkers, dreamers, bears and loons. What happens in the Boundary Waters, stays there. And what happens outside, never gets in.
No Boundarys just might fill you with a desire to get a canoe, head out to the woods and get away from it all.
It’s a tight little 60 minute piece. The use of sound, as designed by Jeff Gardner (Kill Your Television, Anteus Theatre) creates a hyper-real sound scape that people have told me makes them feel as if they were out there in the woods with me.
Above are more photos I took in The Boundary Waters, where the story takes place.