Game of Crohn’s

Dan Rosen recounts his self-defecating tale of 20+ years struggling with Crohn’s disease. In the Game of Crohn’s, you win or spend your life on the toilet.

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              Game of Crohn’s

              See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

              Location: Procunier Hall

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                Game of Crohn’s

                See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

                Location: Procunier Hall

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                  Game of Crohn’s

                  See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

                  Location: Procunier Hall

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                    Game of Crohn’s

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

                    Location: Procunier Hall

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                    Game of Crohn’s

                    See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

                    Location: Procunier Hall

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                      Game of Crohn’s

                      See https://theatreinlondon.ca/2019/05/game-of-crohns/ for details.

                      Location: Procunier Hall

                  Location: Procunier Hall

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                  1. Shelley Carr
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                    says:

                    Imagine if your life was dominated with an illness that no one wants to talk about. Game of Crohn’s gently introduces this topic with sweetness and honesty. You follow this character as he gets his diagnosis, goes through ongoing medical issues all while enduring all the pressures of becoming an adult. Crohn’s can be life dominating but with the light comedic touches in this performance you cannot help but fall in love with the character of this story and sympathize with his plight.
                    The lighting and sound techniques were excellent and fit the story well. The plotline kept the audience entranced. A nice light show for everyone that teaches as well as entertains!

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