Dangerous Lies

“I’m not racist, but…”

Dangerous Lies is an honest and suspenseful true story about growing up as a visible minority and Muslim post 9/11. Award-winning performer and mind-reader Tabraze Sheikh takes the audience on an intimate and interactive journey of discovering his place in the world, while facing the dangerous lies society thrusted upon him. Through compelling storytelling and astounding magic, Tabraze will make you question how you would face a world shaped by the prejudices of the people around you. Hope, loss, and identity are all up to fate.

By Tabraze Sheikh

Run Time 60 minutes

The Bus Stop Theatre
Drama and mind reading
R (use of racial slurs and use of a gun)

  • Sept. 2nd – 9pm
  • Sept. 3rd – 10pm 
  • Sept. 4th – 2pm
  • Sept. 5th – 7pm 
  • Sept 6th – 9pm

Due to COVID-19 safely and hugely limited capacities they are PRE-SALE ONLY. Some venue capacity is as small as 20 seats. We highly recommend (in fact, we insist) you book early and ideally in bubbles.

The Bus Stop Theatre
2203 Gottingen Street