Friday, October 20, 2000

SISTER CALLING MY NAME (Oct 20 - Nov 18, 2000)

by Buzz McLaughlin

For eighteen years Michael has cut himself off from his sister, who has been institutionalized for schizophrenia since the death of their parents. Now Lindsey has begun to paint, her work is attracting critical accolades and large sums of money – and she wants Michael to be part of this new hope. A story of remembrance, reunion and the power of love.
Canadian Premiere
"Courageous and exhilarating, this play ventures deep into a troubled human spirit and emerges triumphant." Charlotte Observer
"Moving and beautiful." New Jersey Daily Record

Oct 20 – Nov 18 2000, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Michael: Ron Reed
Anne: Miriam Brown
Lindsay: Katharine Venour
Director: Morris Ertman

Thursday, June 1, 2000

CURIOUS SAVAGE (Jun 1 - Jul 1, 2000)

by John Patrick
A Stones Throw Production

Eager to get their hands on Mrs Savage's fortune, her step-children have her committed to an asylum. She finds the misfits inside more human than her well-adjusted relatives outside, and conceives a plan...
Hilarious comedy in the tradition of You Can't Take It With You

Jun 1 – Jul 1 2000, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Friday, April 7, 2000

QUILTERS (Apr 7 - May 6, 2000)

by Molly Newman and Barbara Damashek
Guest Production: Potluck Productions

Full of music and dance and life, this glorious celebration of prairie women and their stories has brought audiences to their feet all over North America.
"Quilters sings! A patchwork of rare and simple beauty."

Apr 7 – May 6 2000, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Lucia Frangione
Pam Raven
Director: Jeany Van Meltebeke

Friday, March 3, 2000

LONELY PLANET (Mar 3-25, 2000)

by Steven Dietz
Guest Production: little i

Jody owns a map shop. Carl hangs around. Occasionally he brings in chairs. Carl is a bit odd. Little by little we come to realize who these men are, what binds them together and what threatens to tear them apart.
"Utterly captivating from the opening image to the final line. Hilarious, puzzling and deeply moving."

Mar 3-25 2000, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Carl: Kerry Vander Griend
Jody: John Innes
Director: John James Hong

Friday, January 21, 2000

MASTER HAROLD... AND THE BOYS (Jan 21 - Feb 12, 2000)

by Athol Fugard

Hallie is a white South African student. Two black friends work in his father's tea room. Suddenly the innocence of childhood friendship is challenged, and Hallie is forced into an adulthood of his own choosing.
"Fugard metes out his passion with control and prcision, warmed with gentleness, overflowing with compassion."

Jan 21 – Feb 12 2000, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Jeremy Tow
Tom Pickett
Denis Simpson
Director: Morris Ertman