Sunday, December 21, 2003

Christmas Presence (Dec 20-21, 2003)


In The Valley - Dec 20, 2003 (Matsqui Centennial Auditorium, Clearbrook)
In The City - Dec 21, 2003 (Norman Rothstein Theatre, Vancouver)

Friday, November 28, 2003

THE LION, THE WITCH & THE WARDROBE (Nov 28, 2003 – Feb 1, 2004)

Adapted from C.S. Lewis

Nov 28, 2003 – Feb 1, 2004, Norman Rothstein Theatre (Vancouver)

Evening cast
Peter: Anthony Ingram
Lucy: Tiffany Lyndall-Knight
Director: Morris Ertman
Daytime cast
Peter: Paul Moniz da Sa
Lucy: Julia Mackey
Director: Ron Reed

Friday, November 7, 2003

PRIVATE EYES (Nov 7 – Dec 6, 2003)

by Steven Dietz
Guest Production: Blind Prophet Equity Co-Op

Nov 7 – Dec 6, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Dirk Van Stralen
Miriam Brown
Julia Mackey
Tariq Leslie
Director: Anthony Ingram

Friday, September 19, 2003

ESPRESSO (Sep 19 – Oct 18, 2003)

by Lucia Frangione
Co-Production with Blinding Light

Sep 19 – Oct 18, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)
2004: Prairie Theatre Exchange (Winnipeg)
2004: Belfry Theatre (Victoria)
2004: Blinding Light (Edmonton)
2004: Blinding Light (Rosebud)

Lucia Frangione
Todd Thomson
Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, May 23, 2003

TEN NOVEMBER (May 23 – Jun 14, 2003)

by Steven Dietz, music by Eric Bain Peltoniemi
Emerging Artist Showcase
"And all that remains is the faces and the names
Of the wives and the sons and the daughters..."
Twenty-nine men live their last hours together on the Edmund Fitzgerald, with only work and fate in common. This modern sea tragedy becomes a source of light, reflected through precise characterization and achingly beautiful folk songs.
"Cinematic... Eerily evocative." Detroit News

May 23 – Jun 14, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Kyle Jesperson
Rory Holland
Steve Waldschmidt
Arnica Skulstad-Brown
Rebecca deKleer
Christy-Lynne Guthrie
Director: Scott Campbell

Friday, April 11, 2003

GOD'S MAN IN TEXAS (Apr 11 – May 10, 2003)

by David Rambo
Canadian Premiere

The power of faith and the politics of religion
When the aging Dr. Phillip Gottschall is forced to relinquish control of "the top job in the Baptist universe," Jerry Mears appears to be the perfect successor – if he can reconcile the wounds of his past with the demands of a new calling.
'A poignant tale of lost fathers and found sons - it is profoundly human.' - Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Apr 11 – May 10, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Craig Erickson *
Ed Pilkington *
Ron Reed

Director: Morris Ertman

Friday, February 28, 2003

PLAYLAND (Feb 28 – Mar 22, 2003)

by Athol Fugard

"Forgive me or kill me. That´s the choice you have."
New Year's Eve, 1989. Two South Africans, a black security guard and a white soldier, meet at a travelling amusement park. A powerful exploration of guilt, damnation and absolution in post-Apartheid South Africa.
"The mystery of repentance in the human heart." Athol Fugard, author of MASTER HAROLD... & THE BOYS.

Feb 28 – Mar 22, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)
Guest Production: Blind Deerhunter
Tom Pickett
Director: ?

Friday, January 24, 2003

ESPRESSO (Jan 24 – Feb 15, 2003)

by Lucia Frangione
World Premiere

"A single shot, Italian style - bitter, and served straight up."
Three fiery women – Vito's estranged daughter, his pit-bull of a second wife, and the family's wrinkled matriarch – find humour and grace in the aftermath of a violent car crash that threatens to take from them the one man they all love.
A bitterly funny, vividly literate world premiere by the author of CARIBOO MAGI and HOLY MO

Jan 24 – Feb 15, 2003, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Lucia Frangione
Todd Thomson
Director: Morris Ertman