The Boy on the Bureau

“The Boy on the Bureau” is both a drama & a documentary – compelling,
more than controversial, uniquely specific, & yet ultimately quite
universal. It is the autobiographical journey of a man referred to by his
parents & siblings as “the white sheep of the family” – the story of his quest
for truth where little was available – a play about one man’s escape from
being the favorite child in a family of nine siblings – a tale of motorcycles,
teen-age pregnancies, porn, pathological lying, envy, attempted murder,
altar boys, christenings broken up by the police… & more – a quest for truth
& for what truth actually is… a play of great heart, immense sadness, & flat
out hilarity.



SHOWS: Sept.  17 @ 8pm, Sept. 18 @ 8pm, and Sept. 19@ 4PM

Suggested for ages 16+

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Writer/Performer Bio
Originally from Massachusetts, Lon Blais is a former NYC 8th grade
English Teacher, now actor and playwright. Lon has always been
fascinated by words, their meaning, and how they are used both to clarify
and obfuscate. He studied Theater at Hofstra University, and English at
Long Island University’s C.W. Post campus. Lon has performed extensively
in NYC as well as theaters across the country. He currently tours around
the country with his acclaimed solo show “The Boy on the Bureau”. This is
the prequel to the play he thought he was going to write. He also has the
recurring role of Uncle Sooty in the web series “Surprisingly Complicated”.