Of all the Fringe regulars, TJ Dawe is on another level: call him a festival superstar.
The Fringe program quotes NOW when we said the monologuist behind works like The Slipknot, Labrador and Dishpig "knows how to tell a story better than just about anyone else." That should play out again in his latest, Medicine, about the Peruvian shamanic practice of imbibing ayahuasca and involving some mysterious exhumation.
Expect the amiable, focused Dawe to deliver the goods with a spoonful of tasty theatrical sugar.
From July 6 at the Helen Gardiner Phelan.