Sunday, December 12, 2004

Christmas Presence (Dec 12, 19-20, 2004)


Dec 12, 2004: In The Valley
Dec 19/20, 2004: In The City

Friday, December 3, 2004

HALO (Dec 3, 2004 – Jan 2, 2005)

by Josh MacDonald

"Take-out coffee, take-out forgiveness."
The extraordinarily funny and surprisingly touching story of what happens in a Cape Breton community when the face of Christ appears on the wall of the local Tim Horton's. This compassionate new play by one of Nova Scotia's rising stars asks important questions about faith, hope and customer service.
"Theatre at its very best. There is not a false note in this high-wire act of comedy and tragedy... Beautifully written, believable characters." The Halifax Herald

Dec 3, 2004 – Jan 2, 2005, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Rebecca deBoer
Anthony Ingram *
Kyle Rideout
James Wilson
Karen Rae
Dan Amos
Evangela Dueck

Director: Morris Ertman *
Stage Manager: Lynnette Candy

Thursday, September 30, 2004

LEAVING RUIN (Sep 30 - Oct 9, 2004)

by Jeff Berryman
Guest Production

"I have a disease. A mostly fatal thing called they-don't-want-me-here-anymore."
Cyrus Manning, preacher at the First Church of Ruin, Texas, must face the possibility that his small town career is finished. This brilliant solo peformance chronicles the tough, often humorous battle of a man chasing the will of God in a time of divine silence.
"Jeff Berryman has taken an evangelical preacher and turned him into the most unexpected thing: a human being. Remarkable." Annie Dillard

Sep 30 – Oct 9, 2004, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Cyrus Manning: Jeff Berryman

Friday, April 30, 2004

CHICKENS (Apr 30 – May 29, 2004)

by Lucia Frangione
Emerging Artist Showcase

Apr 30 – May 29, 2004, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)
Adam Bergquist
Kaja Peters
Chy Liu
Steve Waldschmidt
Director: Kerry Vander Griend

Friday, April 9, 2004

Passion (Apr 9-10, 2004)


Apr 9-10, 2004, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Thursday, February 19, 2004

THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Feb 19 – Mar 13, 2004)

by Tennessee Williams
Guest Production: Liffey Productions

Feb 19 – Mar 13, 2004, Pacific Theatre (Vancouver)

Tom: Ian Farthing
Laura: Jade Shaw
Gentleman Caller: Bob Fraser
Director: Molly Lyons