By Norman Nawrocki
Eviction? Dog’s Blood!! Nick Zynchuk & Montreal’s Red Plateau 1933
A 50 minute long show, it’s based on a true story about a poor Polish-Ukrainian worker that made Montreal headlines in 1933. His funeral attracted 30,000 people – the largest Montreal had ever seen.
“Thoroughly engaging. . . And aside from being a solid character actor, projecting defiant heart as the stalwart hero of the piece, Norman proves with some gorgeous violin work that he’s a capable musician to boot.” – The Visitorium, theatre blog
Norman Nawrocki is the author of several books of poetry and short stories. He’s also an internationally acclaimed cabaret artist, sex educator, actor, and musician, and has released over 50 albums. He teaches at Concordia University, about how to use the arts for community organizing and radical social change, gives workshops about “creative resistance,” and tours the world performing theatre, music, and cabaret. Cazzarola! is his first novel. He has written and performed a theatre piece based on the book and released an album-length soundtrack to accompany it.