“Ray Bradbury's H20”, comprised of three short stories by award-winning writer Ray Bradbury-- The Lake, Picasso Summer and The Million Year Picnic, will be performed together for the first time in a world premiere by David Lee. Lee is the recipient of The Orlando International Fringe Festival's ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’, the Critic's Choice Award for ‘Best Director’ (2017), ‘Best Solo Drama’ (2016) and ‘Best Male Performance’ (2015).Each of the three stories features a body of water in a very poetic and surprisingly dramatic way. A mysterious death is revisited in a ghostly memory in THE LAKE, which was Bradbury’s first published short story. PICASSO SUMMER is set by the ocean in France with the celebrated and controversial painter from the title making a beautiful and haunting appearance. And THE MILLION YEAR PICNIC, from The Martian Chronicles, is centered around a family surviving the apocalypse on Earth by escaping to Mars where they travel by boat on a river searching for their new home. “Bodies of water are used in the stories as metaphor for letting go and being reborn”, explains David Lee. “It’s also a subtle reminder of how short life can be and how eventually we all must return to where we once began.” H2O by Ray Bradbury | Conceived and Performed by David Lee Produced by Margaret Nolan/Kangagirl Productions (www.kangagirl.com) and Susan Turner Sound Design by Tara Kromer Graphic Design by Drew Sizemore THE LAKE ©1944, renewed 1972, THE MILLION YEAR PICNIC ©1946, renewed 1974, and IN THE SEASON OF CALM WEATHER ©1956, renewed 1984 by Ray Bradbury. Performed by permission of Ray Bradbury Literary Works, LLC and Don Congdon Associates, Inc.