We're pretty excited about our upcoming show as part of HIVE. If you've been to HIVE 1 or 2, you know this event is not to be missed. If you haven't, this is your chance to get in on this theatrical legend. Sold-out shows at Chapel Arts in 2006 built the buzz. Sold-out shows at Magnetic North Theatre Festival in 2008 amplified that buzz. Now HIVE returns for a third edition as part of the Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad.
8 late nights. 12 hot theatre installations. 10 hot bands. One big party.
“The buzz was right — [HIVE 2] is the hottest ticket in town... some absolutely dazzling little...
This week is your last chance to catch after the quake before it closes — we can't extend this run. Don't miss this incredible performance! There are still tickets on sale now through vancouvertix.com or call 604.629.VTIX (8849).
"after the quake is an absolute delight…deservedly the hit of the late fall season." - Jerry Wasserman, Vancouver Plays
After a great first week of After the Quake, let us introduce you to the fantastic directors, actors and members of the crew you haven't met yet!
Craig Hall, Director. Craig is a Vancouver based Director/Designer and the Artistic Producer of Rumble Productions. Directing credits for Rumble include Cozy Catastrophe, Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut (Critics Choice Innovation Award) and Recovery. Other favorite directing include Lazy Susan for Theatre Melee, Broiler for Theatre Replacement, The Domino Heart, Snowman, Till I am Myself Again and Delvecki's Closet (Jessie Award for...
“I hadn’t been to a play in a really long time. As in I can’t even remember the last time I saw living, breathing actors on stage in front of me instead of projected, cold onto a screen. The experience is so different, I had forgotten what a thrill live theatre can be. Especially good live theatre. But after the quake isn’t just good live theatre–it’s excellent, delicate, surreal, hilarious, and thought-provoking. It makes me want to go see more plays in this city.”