The Orchid & The Crow

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The Orchid & The Crow

The Orchid and The Crow is a comedy about an atheist surviving cancer by finding God in Lance Armstrong - with songs!

Daniel Tobias grew up in a Jewish-atheist household. In 2004 he found out he had stage-four testicular cancer and went searching for God. Any God. Enter Lance Armstrong, seven-times winner of the Tour de France and legendary cancer survivor. Lance Armstrong's story gave Daniel solace and hope when he needed it. Now of course, Armstrong is a fallen angel and after Daniel’s full recovery, he wonders – how many times will he be cheated by a God? This is a story about being let down by your heroes and those who you worship -time and time and time again.

Daniel effortlessly draws us into the inspiring tale of his near-death experience in this funny, uplifting story of faith, family and survival. Part story-telling, part-theatre featuring original songs from the award-winning writers of Otto & Astrid this is an original, accessible, brilliantly clever and ultimately moving story that audiences have described as 'life-changing'. The play deals with rarely discussed themes in an entertaining, theatrical, accessible and comical form.

WINNER: Green Room Award - Best Writing, Cabaret 2016.
WINNER: Outstanding Solo Performance – Ottawa Fringe 2015 (Canada)
WINNER: Outstanding Individual Performance – London Free Press 2015 (Canada)

This performance is a part of the Civic Theatre's 2018 subscription season - to become a subscriber you need to choose just four shows of the 11 main season performances. Subscribers enjoy multiple benefits including discounted tickets, the option to book now and pay later, post show suppers and the ability to exchange tickets to another season show.


Performance Dates & Times
Friday 4th May at 7:30pm
Saturday 5th May at 2:00pm & 7:30pm


Ticket Prices
Adult $45.00
Concession $40.00
Group 4+ $40.00
Youth U25 $35.00

Adult Subscriber $40.00
Concession Subscriber $35.00
Youth U25 Subscriber $30.00


Age Restrictions (if applicable)
Recommended for ages 15+ (Occasional coarse language and adult themes)


Show Duration Time
70 minutes (no interval)


Venue
E3 Art Space - Wagga Art Gallery