Venue:  Oddfellows Temple
Time:  Saturday 7pm; Sunday 2pm
Category:  Theatre + Spoken Word
City of Origin:  St. Catharines ON Toronto ON
Price:  $10 or Festival Pass


Rob and Edwin are friends. They lose their volley ball in outer space and chase after it. Rob and Edwin build a spaceship that runs on friendship. As long as there is friendship they’ll make it back home, unfortunately their friendship may be thwarted by Zorg, the continuously dripping evil alien orb.


This is the first collaboration between Rob Feetham and Edwin Conroy jr.

They are hoping that this is the first of many Rob and Edwin go to shows.


Rob Feetham (actor/writer) is a Humber theatre trained actor, physical performer, clown and dancer. He is drawn towards creating new works and devising new collective creations. In 2012 Rob had the opportunity to learn from world renowned clown dramaturg Philippe Gaulier. Rob has been lucky to perform nationally and internationally with Corpus Dance Projects. His last tour had him performing Les Moutons and Nuit Blanche in Japan, Germany, Norway, Taiwan, South Korea and China. Rob also works with Fixt Point on their Tale of a Town Project, which has him and other artist collecting the living memories about main streets across Canada and using peoples stories to both create Pod Casts and live performances. Other selected credits include: The Other Houdini (In the Soil Arts Festival) Strutt(Suitcase In Point), SplasH20 (Edge of the Woods Theatre), Schosticovich or 3 days in red (Bad New Days Theatre), Gimme Gimme a Christmas Cabaret (Suitcase in Point).

Edwin Conroy Jr. (actor/writer) is a co-founder of Niagara’s Suitcase in Point Theatre Company. He has trained with One Yellow Rabbit, Old Trout Puppet Theatre, and studied theatre at Brock University. He is proud of the forty plus Cabarets he has helped create and perform in with Suitcase in Point. Recently Edwin performed in the extremely wonderful and imaginative, Tale of a Town: St. Catharines with Fixt Point. Edwin also performed in the Niagara Artists Centre’s production of Paris La Nuit, A Painted Play by Dennis Tourbin. He has written and performed many short stories as his alter ego Buck, and wrote and scored the one woman show Zarina of Art. He’s excited to get started on Suitcase in Points’ Life Can Be A Monster, a collective creation based on an original work by Adam Buller. You can also find Edwin in the local bars playing his guitar. He writes and performs all original music and has an album coming out soon.


“Rob and Edwin had me convinced of their friendship the moment they stepped onstage” – Edwin

“Food for thought is what I was given and now I’m full”- my Uncle

“Look out Picard, it’s Feetham!” – Rob Feetham


Mature language, explicit silliness