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Performance History:

Factory Theatre, Studio, Toronto, ON - Summerworks, '06
The Arts and Letters Club, Toronto, ON (workshop)- '07
Alberta Theatre Projects, PlayRites '07
Theatre In Port, St. Catharine's ON, 07
Toronto Fringe Theatre Festival, 07
Here Be Monsters Carnival of the Arts, Vancouver B.C., 07
Hectik Theatre, Regina, S.K. 07
Pivot Festival, Nakai Theatre, Whitehorse YK, '08
The Comedy Bar, Toronto, ON, '08
Nakai Theatre, Whitehorse, YK, '08
Workshop West Theatre, Edmonton, AB, '09
Loose Moose Theatre, Calgary, AB, '09
Intrepid Theatre Club, Victoria, BC, '09
Beaumont Studio, Vancouver, BC, '09
Stand Up To Cancer, Toronto, ON, '09
Comedy Bar, Toronto, ON, '09 
Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival, '10 
Alberta Rose Theatre, Portland, Oregon, '10
Cowichan Theatre, Fringe Revival, Duncan, B.C., '10 
Winnipeg Fringe Festival, '11
Edmonton Fringe Festival, '11 
Canadian Chiropractic Association Showcase, Toronto, '12 
SuperNova Theatre Festival, Eastern Front Theatre, Halifax, '12 
B.C. Tour, '13 
Winnipeg Fringe Festival, '14
Edmonton Fringe Festival, '14 

Nominated for Outstanding Performance of a Musical or Comedy, and WINNER Outstanding Actor in a Musical or Comedy (Betty Mitchell Awards, Calgary, 2007). CANCER gives the cabaret performance of a lifetime! In this one-man, satirical cabaret Bruce Horak (The Macbeth Show, The Hollow, The Canada Show) brings Cancer to life. A cancer survivor himself, and one of Canada’s only legally blind professional actors, Bruce brings a fresh and funny perspective to a disease that too many of us will face and that so many of us could use a good laugh at. Directed by award-winning director/performer Rebecca Northan (Canadian Comedy Award – Best Sketch Group, Gemini and Dora Award nominee, CTV’s “Alice, I Think”) "THIS IS CANCER:” will leave you wondering how you could fall in love with such a deadly performer.