HELLO BABY! An Instructional Lecture by a First-Time, Semi-Competent Father

HELLO BABY: An "Instructional Lecture" by a First-Time, Semi-Competent Father

Written and performed by Lucas Myers

Surrey Arts Centre 13750 - 88 Avenue, Surrey
Friday and Saturday November 15 and 16
8 PM
Ticket information and purchase HERE
A one man comedy examining the procreative process from the male perspective, answering such essential questions as “Is your life as you know it really over?” And “Can you safely operate a fax machine/belt sander/breast pump on two hours sleep?” And “Is it really possible to become so obsessed with bowel movements and nipples that you make up little nicknames for them? Like ‘Jerome’? Or ‘Kath’?” Starring a cast of eclectic characters, and featuring Lucas Myers’ hilarious and unique brand of observational humor, this is one lecture you won’t want to miss.
Featuring Original Tunes on ukulele, guitar and miniature keyboard including What If…..?, Nobody Warned Me Bout the Drool, and Yes, Honey, I’d Be More Than Happy To Make Dinner And Hand Wash All These Cloth Diapers As Soon As I Finish Giving You A Foot Rub And Vacuuming The Floor And Walls Again Because You Are Hyper-Paranoid About Germs, Really I Would, No, I'm Not Just Saying That Because I Think Its What You Want to Hear, I Want to Do It, Look, I’m Doing It Right Now, See?
WARNING: For anyone who is going to be a Dad, is a Dad, has a Dad or knows a Dad ONLY.

“Myers is Brilliant”- Globe and Mail

Lucas Myers is a professional actor, songwriter and playwright and has appeared in many productions in major theatres across Canada as well as touring internationally to Europe, New Zealand, Mexico, Central Asia, and Ymir. He has been involved in the creation of many new plays with TheatreSKAM, an independent theatre company based in Victoria. He has also written and performed his own one-person shows EAST, DRESS, and The Amazing and Impermeable Cromoli Brothers, which was chosen as the Best Comedy at the New Zealand International Theatre Festival. Currently based in Nelson, BC, he runs PilotcoPilot Theatre, a company dedicated to creating new plays and touring them in the Kootenays, the Columbia Basin and beyond.