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The Invisible Hand  by Ayad Akhtar

April 5 – 23, 2016

Jessie Awards:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Alan Brodie

Jessie Award Nominations:
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role, Munish Sharma
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Conor Wylie
Outstanding Set Design, David Roberts
Outstanding Composition, Gordon Grdina
Outstanding Costume Design, Christine Reimer
Outstanding Direction, Richard Wolfe
Outstanding Production


Blasted  by Sarah Kane

April 10 – 25, 2015

Jessie Awards:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Jeff Harrison
Outstanding Set Design, Drew Facey
Outstanding Director, Richard Wolfe

Jessie Award Nominations: 
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role, Michael Kopsa
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role, Cherise Clarke
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Raresh DiMofte
Outstanding Sound Design, Remy Siu
Outstanding Production


Except in the Unlikely Event of War  by Sean Devine

November 15 – 30, 2013

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Outstanding Lighting Design, John Webber
Outstanding Costume Design, Barbara Clayden
Outstanding Sound Design, David Mesiha


Terminus  by Mark O’Rowe

February 28 – March 17, 2013

Jessie Awards:
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role, John Emmet Tracy
Outstanding Lighting Design, Alan Brodie
Outstanding Production

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Set Design, David Roberts
Outstanding Costume Design, Carmen Alatorre
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, David Mesiha
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role, Leanna Brodie
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role, Pippa Mackie


Bashir Lazhar  by Évelyne de la Chenelière (Translated by Morwyn Brebner)

March 5 – 21, 2009

Jessie Award Nominations:
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role, David Marr
Outstanding Set Design, Jergus Oprsal


The 8th Land  by William Maranda

May 15 – 31, 2008

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Sound Design, Joseph “Pepe” Danza

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Outstanding Costume Design, Marti Wright


John and Beatrice, 2007  by Carole Fréchette (Translated by John Murrell)

November 14 – December 1, 2007

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role, Vincent Gale
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role, Karen Rae
Outstanding Direction, Del Surjik
Outstanding Production


Arabian Night  by Roland Schimmelpfennig (Translated by David Tushingham) 

​May 17 – June 2, 2007

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, Robbie Parker
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik


Helen’s Necklace  by Carole Fréchette (Translated by John Murrell)

April 7 – 16, 2005

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Sanjay Talwar

Jessie Award Nominations:           
Outstanding Sound Design, Boris Sichon
Outstanding Set Design, David Roberts


Cloud Tectonics  by Jose Rivera 

February 25 – March 13, 2004

Jessie Award Nomination:          
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik


Elisa’s Skin  by Carole Fréchette (Translated by John Murrell)

2003 – 2006 (touring)

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Marie Stillin
Outstanding Production


Disco Pigs  by Edna Walsh

February 27 – March 1, 2002

Jessie Award Nominations:
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Kevin MacDonald 
Outstanding Costume Design, Owen Schellenburger
Larry Lillo Award for Outstanding Direction, Del Surjik
The Vancouver Sun Critics’ Choice Innovation Award, Disco Pigs


The Lonely Cowboy  by Eric Goulem

April 1, 2001

Jessie Award:           
Significant Artistic Achievement: Overall Production Design, David Roberts (set/props), Tim Matheson (projections), Del Surjik (lighting), Noah Drew (sound), Barbara Clayden (costumes)

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, James O’Shea
Larry Lillo Award for Outstanding Direction, Del Surjik
Outstanding Production


Three in the Back,Two in the Head  by Jason Sherman

November 2 - 18, 2000

Jessie Award:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik

Jessie Award Nominations:           
Outstanding Set Design, Andreas Kahre
Larry Lillo Award for Outstanding Direction, Norman Armour
Outstanding Production


Thunderstruck, or The Song of the Say-Sayer  by Daniel Danis 
(Translated by Linda Gaboriau)

March 10 – 25, 2000

Jessie Award:        
Significant Artistic Achievement: Projection Design, Tim Matheson

Jessie Award Nominations:           
Larry Lillo Award for Outstanding Direction of a Play or Musical, Stephanie Kirkland
Significant Artistic Achievement: Ensemble Performance, Erin Matthews, Matthew Moreau, Tracey Olson and Mike Stack
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, Noah Drew and Andreas Kahre Outstanding Set Design, Catherine Hahn
Outstanding Production


Anatomy Lesson  by Larry Tremblay (Translated by Sheila Fischman)

October 14 – 20, 1999

Jessie Award:           
Significant Artistic Achievement: Projection Design, Tim Matheson

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik


Augustine (Big Hysteria)  by Anne Furse

February 6 – 21, 1999

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Significant Artistic Achievement: Unseen Performance (manipulation of the bed), Jennifer Jones


Warriors  by Michel Garneau (Translated by Linda Gaboriau)

November 25 – December 12, 1998

Jessie Award Nominations:
Outstanding Production
Outstanding Set Design, Andreas Kahre


Alphonse  by Wajdi Mouawad (Translated by Shelley Tepperman) 

March 25 – April 11, 1998

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Mike Stack

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Production
Larry Lillo Award for Outstanding Direction, Sandhano Schultze
Outstanding Set Design, Nicole Dextras
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, Andreas Kahre


The Baroness and the Pig  by Michael Mackenzie 

November 1 – December 6, 1997

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Costume Design, Mara Gottler


Evidence to the Contrary/La Déposition  by Helene Pedneault 

February 1, 1997

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Lighting Design of a Play or Musical, Del Surjik

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Lead Role, Nicole Robert
Outstanding Set Design of a Play or Musical, David Roberts


Disposing of the Dead  by Katherine Schlemmer 

October 1, 1996

Jessie Awards:        
Outstanding Original Play or Musical, Katherine Schlemmer
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, David Rimmer
Significant Artistic Achievement: Outstanding Slide Design, David Cooper
Outstanding Design Team, David Cooper, David Rimmer, Robert Gardiner, Del Surjik, Sheila White

Jessie Award Nominations:
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, John James Hong
Outstanding Production of a Play or Musical


Stone and Ashes  by Daniel Danis

January 4 – 21, 1996

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Significant Artistic Achievement – Body of Work: Performance, Kirsten Robek
Significant Artistic Achievement – Body of Work: Performance, Diane Brown
Outstanding Design Team, David Roberts, Del Surjik, Andreas Kahre, Nicole Dextras


The Fall of the House of Usher  by Edgar Allen Poe (Adapted for the stage by Steven Berkoff)

October 19 – November 5, 1994

Jessie Awards:        
Outstanding Lighting Design for a Play or Musical, Del Surjik
Outstanding Sound Design or Original Composition, David Rimmer

1993 Sam Payne Award:           
Most Promising Newcomer, Kirsten Robek

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Kirsten Robek
Outstanding Costume Design for a Play or Musical, Nicole Dextras


Lilies  by Michel Marc Bouchard (Translated by Linda Gaboriau)

March 10 – April 9, 1994

Jessie Awards:
Outstanding Production of a Play or Musical, Pink Ink, Touchstone, & Arts Club
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Allan Morgan
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, John Moffat
Outstanding Costume Design, Barbara Clayden
Outstanding Direction of a Play or Musical, Sandhano Schultze & Roy Surette
Significant Artistic Achievement – Body of Work: Design, Robert Gardiner (set)


A Live Bird in its Jaws  by Jeanne-Mance DeLisle (Translated by Yves Saint-Pierre)

October 1 - November, 1993

Jessie Award:           
Significant Artistic Achievement – Body of Work: Design, Robert Gardiner (set, lighting)

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik


Polygraph  by Robert LePage and Marie Brassard

October 22 - 31, 1992

Jessie Award:        
Outstanding Accomplishments: Visual Realization, Susan Madsen (set), Del Surjik (lighting), Nicole Dextras (costumes & props), Greg Ruddell (composer), Tim Matheson (projections), Sandhano Schultze (director), Roger Gaudet (assistant director)


Millfire  by Sally Nemeth

May 1, 1991

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding Body of Work (lighting), Del Surjik (1991-1992)
Outstanding Performance (supporting), Ian Morton


Speaking in Tongues  by John Logan

April 1 - 20, 1991

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Lighting Design, Del Surjik


De Beaux Gestes/Beautiful Deeds  by Marie-Lynn Hammond (Translated by John van Burek)

February 1 - March, 1991

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Nicole Robert


Dear Elena  by Ludmila Razumovskaya (Translated by Cathy Porter)

January 1 – February 23, 1991

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Body of Work (set), Del Surjik (1991-1992)          


Greek  by Stephen Berkoff 

November 1 – December 8, 1990

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Choreography, Wendy Gorling

Jessie Award Nominations:                      
Outstanding  Production of a Play, Pink Ink Theatre
Outstanding Achievement in Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Mike Stack
Outstanding  Musical Soundscape, David Macanulty


Steel Kiss  by Robin Fulford

May 2 - 26, 1990

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Direction of a Play, Sandhano Schultze


Aunt Dan and Lemon  by Wallace Shawn

March 14 – April 8, 1989

Jessie Award:           
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role, Annabel Kershaw

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Outstanding Direction of a Play, Robert Garfat
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Jennifer Griffin


Cook  by Richard Lett

January 17 – February 1, 1989

Jessie Award Nomination:
Outstanding Original Play, Richard Lett


Class Enemy  by Nigel Williams

June 23 – July 19, 1988

1989 Sam Payne Award:           
Most Promising Newcomer, Sandhano Schultze

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Outstanding Direction of a Play, Sandhano Schultze


Babies, Broads and Bread   by Elizabeth Herring

March 10 – 27, 1988

Jessie Award Nomination: 
Outstanding Performance, Sharon Anderson

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