Jose Rivera's Cloud Tectonics is an enchanting and haunting love story, a magic realist tale of boy meets girl, in which the ordinary is transformed into the miraculous. Meet Celestina del Sol, a rare and heavenly creature; a mystic wanderer with no sense of time and an infinite capacity to love.
Cloud Tectonics was produced in association with the Vancouver Playhouse.
Director: Bill Dow
Featuring: Michael Scholar Jr., Carmen Aguirre and Alexander Ferguson
Co-Set Designers: Bryan Pollock and Del Surjik Lighting Designer: Del Surjik Sound Designer: Amos Hertzman Costume Designer: Barbara...
A woman sits in a Brussels café, telling delicate tales of love. She insists on the minute and most intimate details: the beating heart, the sweaty palms, the skin that shivers to the touch. Little by little, through her portraits, she reveals what it is that drives her to tell stories and lets us in on the strange secret, shared with her one day by a young man in a coffee shop.
THESE CLOWNS OF HORROR REVEL IN A SHADOWY, ANARCHIC WORLD
Mump & Smoot are in flux as they return to the Ummonian wilderness they love so much, in search of spiritual renewal. Here, they hope to achieve a sense of balance in their hectic yet always adventurous existence so they can successfully deal with their ever-crumbling world. Throughout this journey their abilities to survive emotionally, spiritually, and physically are put to the test.
THE TEAM Co-Writers & Creators: Michael Kennard & John Turner Director: Karen Hines
Cast: Mump: Michael Kennard Smoot: John Turner Boolawa...
Playwright Enda Walsh's high energy joy-ride Disco Pigs was originally staged in Cork, Ireland by Corcadorca Theatre. Two Irish kids, Pig and Runt are born at almost the same time in the same Dublin hospital - spiritual twins of different mothers - and grow up next door to each other. Insulated by their devotion to each other, the pair forge an almost telepathic bond while their intense relationship is expressed in a language that becomes aggressive, angular and deformed.
Director: Del Surjik Cast: Kirsten Robek, Lee Taylor, Christopher Weddell, Angela Quiring
Choreography: Barbara Bourget Music Director and Arrangements: Lyndon Surjik Set Designer: Nicole Dextras Costume Designer: Sabrina Di Maio Lighting Designer: Del Surjik Associate Lighting Designer: Shannon Frederickson Slide Designer: Noah Drew Stage Manager: Claire Nicol Apprentice Stage Manager: Jennifer Jones Slide Operator: Tod Ingram Sound Operator: Jeff Harrison Head LX/LX Operator: David Freylinger Production Manager: James Pollard ___
Playwright: Michel Garneau Translated by: Linda Gaboriau
Director: Del Surjik Photographer: Tim Matheson ___
Jessie Richardson Award Nominations: Outstanding Production, Pink Ink Outstanding Set Design, Andreas Kahre ___
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PINK INK'S SURJIK LIGHTS UP KITSILANO THEATRE SCENE By Jennifer Van Evra
Sometimes the ad business can seem like a war zone. The competition is fierce, the stakes are high and the blood pressure levels stratospheric. Those in the industry with a mind for business invariably clash with the creative types they rely upon, while those same...