In My Fair Lady – The Punk Version we meet a young dancer named Jody and her mentor Adam. But Adam is not just any mentor: he is the anarchistic new wave/punk proprietor of an alternative art club and the unofficial kingpin of Winnipeg’s underground scene.
In My Fair Lady we see how innocence is willingly corrupted and watch a young mind gain independence set against the backdrop of 1980’s Winnipeg and San Francisco.
With the use of unconventional staging, an improvised opaque projector and over ninety personal photographs, My Fair Lady is a short story set as an intimate performance piece in which the audience is privy to the privacy of the performer’s world.
Read a review in The Reykjaviík Grapevine here.