Playwright: Robin Fulford Director: Sandhano Schultze
Reading up on the subject I was shocked to realize how ppressive our society still is today towards homosexuality. I was surprised how deep the hatred was. There were friends who were indeed homophobic or felt that gays were victims of a troubled childhood. I want to dedicate this play to the people whoa re willing to come out and face a society, which would like to extinguish them, with their love and truth. In our society if they were anything but homosexuals showing their true colours would be historic.
Playwright: Caryl Churchill Director: Martin Millerchip Musical Director: Angela Gann
I hope I have not angered you by asking you to sit with your own sex. Driving to rehearsal last week I listened in shame to a CBC phone-in-show on International Women's Day. Shame because the federal budget cuts that will see so many womens' centres closed created so much fear. Shame that our province will probably only badges as substitutes. Shame that not one man was heard from during that segment of the show. 100,000 victims were burnt or hung as withces in Germany alone in a 200 year...
Cast: Michael Green: Jon Cuthbert Rosalie Green / Queenie: Rosy Frier Dryden Screwtape: Ian Black Wormwood: David Thomson Mr. Spike / Rex Skinner / John Mortar: Gerry Plunkett Judy MacAdam: Nona Avren Slumtimpet: Kate Lancaster Mr. MacAdam: Roger Crossley Millicent Brooks: Tish Heaven
Stage Manager: Gina Vandenbergh Lighting and Set Designer: Scott Richardson Costume Designer: Shaheera Sound Designer: Jeff Roganron Photography: Stephen Mitchell
Cast: Miranda: Pat Armstrong Leslie: Ellie Harvey Alicia: Celine Lockhart Social Worker: Sarah Rodgers
a review from our archives...
ROCKY PLAY LEAVES CAST HIGH AND DRY
by LLOYD DYKK
THE ELEMENT OF FIRE Pink Ink/Vancouver Little Theatre to Nov. 4, 8:30 p.m.
SASKATCHEWAN writer Sharon Butala’s new play Element of Fire is for four actresses and it leaves every one of them stranded high and dry. About the only ting to be said for it is that it has good intentions. Well, you assume they must be good, but the play is so unskilfully cobbled...
An Equity Co-op presented by Pink Ink / Vancouver Little Theatre Director: Sandhano Schultze
Cast: Frau Bergmann: Karen Elizabeth Austin Melchior Gabor: Scott Bellis Frau Gabor: Judith Berlin The: Cindy Block Herr Gabor / Doctor Seltzer: Alec Burden Georg Zirschnitz / Teacher: Cavan Cunningham Masked Man / Rector Sunstroke: John Destrey Hanschen Rilow: Gregory Ragle Ernst Robel: Mike Stack Martha: Shelley Sullivan Ilse: Patricia Tedford Ina: Beata Van Berkom Wendla Bergmann: Lezlie Wade Mortiz: Allan Zinyk
Set Designer: Susan Madsen Assistant Set Designer: Darla Zary...
An Equity Co-op presented by Pink Ink / Vancouver Little Theatre
Playwright: Daniel Thierrault Director: Stephanie Kirkland
Battery tells the story of Rip, owner of Rip's Electric Shop, his girlfriend Brandy, and his dim-witted shop assistant, Stan. Such is Rip's faith in the wonders of electronics that he subjects Stan to home-made shock treatments, all in the name of love. Using the motif and metaphor of electricity, Thierrault conducts us into a fantastic world that illuminates the limitations and dangers of a mechanistic view of life.
Cast: Stella: Sylvia Almerling John: John MacLaren
Promises Made in Bed is Sylvia's first attempt at writing for the theatre and my first stab back at it after quite a few years absence. Promises in no way attempts to speak for all women, but it is very candid, and it provides, I think, a theatrical window for men and women to see into at least one woman's love.
The goal was fun, laughter, honesty, and compassion. During the writing and rehearsing of this play there have been weeks of...