Friday, November 30, 2001

CARIBOO MAGI (Nov 30 – Dec 30, 2001)

by Lucia Frangione
World Premiere (full length version)

Nov 30 – Dec 30, 2001, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Lucia Frangione
Dirk Van Stralen
Anthony Ingram
Donna Lea Ford
John James Hong
Director: Diane Brown

Friday, October 5, 2001

HOSPITALITY SUITE (Oct 5 - Nov 3, 2001)

by Roger Rueff

Canadian Premiere

Oct 5 - Nov 3, 2001, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Michael Kopsa
Tom Pickett
Kevin Brady
Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, April 20, 2001

THE FOREIGNER (Apr 20 - May 19, 2001)

by Larry Shue
Charlie is visiting from England, painfully shy and very much in need of rest. His friend has the perfect solution – he leaves him at a rural fishing lodge, telling his hosts that Charlie is from an exotic foreign land and speaks no English. All is well until Charlie overhears more than he should.
"I laughed from start to finish. One surprise after another!" New Yorker
"Best new play." Outer Critics Circle Award
"A laugh out loud comedy" Jo Ledingham, Vancouver Courier

Apr 20 - May 19, 2001, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Charlie: Ron Reed
Froggy: Ian Farthing
Lucia Frangione
David: Francis Boyle
Ellard: Scott Campbell
Owen: Dennis Envoldsen
Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, March 9, 2001

TENT MEETING (Mar 9 - Apr 8, 2001)

by Morris Ertman & Ron Reed
A co-production with Blinding Light Productions and Chemainus Theatre

A fond, nostalgic look at small town life in the hardscrabble thirties, bathed in the glorious harmonies of a traveling gospel quartet. George is as dry and hard as the land he struggles to farm, until the sudden return of a boyhood friend – now an itinerant evangelist – brings all the threat and promis of a sudden summer thunderstorm.
"A blast of fresh prairie air!" Toronto Star
"Open-hearted, exquisite, celebratory." Colin Thomas, Georgia Straight

Mar 9 – Apr 8 2001, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)
2001, Prairie Theatre Exchange (Winnipeg)
2001, etc

Sam: Jonathan Bruce
Elroy: Tom Pickett
George: Royal Sproule
Neil Minor
Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, January 12, 2001

THE FEVER (Jan 12 - Feb 3, 2001)

by Wallace Shawn

A traveler finds herself in a Third World hotel room, confronted with realities outside the comforts of her familiar North American life. A fierce, immediate and touching one-woman show by the author of My Dinner With Andre.
"A 75-minute laugh-in-the-dark ride: it may be a chamber of horrors, but it's also full of ironic haripin turns, twisting ambiguities and startling laughs" Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Mesmerizing – a profoundly engaging journey through the awakening of a pampered conscience." New York Newsday

Jan 12 – Feb 3 2001, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Gina Chiarelli
Director: Morris Ertman