Digby and Glass

Handmade Ivy Productions, Saanich | National Performance Category

August 13, 2020 | 8:30pm

Runtime: 35 minutes + Audience to Artist Talkback

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ASL/Captioning availability TBC

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About the Artists:

A woman plots revenge against her abusive former boss — a powerful politician — by running against him in the next election. But her campaign manager’s plans require she ignore a series of increasingly unethical schemes that put her values to the test. 

David Heyman started adult life as a journalist, culminating in a nine-year career at the Calgary Herald where he covered local, provincial and national politics. He later made politics his career, including as a candidate, volunteer, campaign manager, speechwriter, press secretary, chief of staff and three years as the Communications Manager for Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach. Through it all he never stopped writing. He has ghost written three autobiographies, self published a book about communications disasters and is currently writing several scripts for TV, film and the stage.In his younger days, David was an actor and singer in various amateur productions, including one where he met his future wife Sarah. They have now been married 21 years and have three sons. He has a degree in communications and a diploma in broadcast journalism. He's currently a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Victoria.
Cam is an ELL(Uvic)/drama/music teacher by day and an actor by night. Recent musicals and dramas with Theatre Inconnu include: Love Kills, Kafka the Musical, Alice (Tom Waits), The Collected Works of Billy the Kid and Cock. He has also performed over 25 years with the Greater Victoria Shakespeare Festival at Camosun College, most recently as Camillo in The Winter's Tale and "femme fatale musician" in Twelfth Night. He has just completed an exciting tour at Craigdarroch Castle, facilitating acting workshops through GVSF with over 600 local secondary students!  Somehow, he had never heard of Der Struwwelpeter or the Tiger Lilies........til now. As Harriet says, "What a pity!!"