The Paris Memoirs by Samuel Chapman
THE PARIS MEMOIRS is a comedy about Henry, an expatriate writer in 1920s Paris, who wants to publish a book about his encounters with prominent modernist authors and artists but can’t, because, as his friend Barnes points out, he’s never met any prominent modernist authors or artists. That is, until Hemingway walks through the café door.
Performance Time: March 19th. 5:00PM
Samuel Chapman is a creative writing BFA at UBC, studying primarily short fiction and poetry. His most extensive experience with theatre is as an actor throughout high school, although in the IB theatre programme he was exposed to all areas of production and performance. He is the author of one play that was directed and mounted by other students during his senior year of high school. High school was a long time ago.