Playwright: Michel Marc Bouchard Translated by: Linda Gaboriau
Co-production with Arts Club Theatre and Touchstone Theatre
Directors: Sandhano Schultze and Roy Surette
Jessie Richardson Awards: Outstanding Production - Pink Ink, Touchstone, & Arts Club Outstanding Performance (lead) - Allan Morgan Outstanding Performance (supporting) - John Moffat Outstanding Costume Design - Barbara Clayden Outstanding Direction - Sandhano Schultze & Roy Surette Outstanding Body of Work (Design) - Robert Gardiner for A Live Bird In Its Jaws (set/lighting) & Lilies (set) ___
Playwright: Paula Vogel Director: Sandhano Schultze
a review from our archives...
GREAT, JUST GREAT
THE BALTIMORE WALTZ By Colin Smith
Even if you fight with your boyfriend in Paris, you still get to go up the Eiffel tower, right? Most trips have their rough spots, but they shouldn’t blind you to the penultimate value of travel. That’s what this production of The Baltimore Waltz is like – bumpy, but worth the ride.
The Baltimore Waltz is, as it happens, about a European tour taken by a woman named Anna and her brother, Carl. Anna is dying of ATD (Acquired Toilet Disease), a new scourge...
Lepage’s Polygraph Plays with Our Notions of Truth and Theatre
BY COLIN THOMAS
Sandhano Schultze, artistic director of Pink Ink Theatre, and Roger Gaudet, artistic director of Théâtre la Seizième, must be feeling like God’s chosen messengers these days. After all, Robert Lepage (The Dragon’s Trilogy, Vinci, Tectonic Plates) has assumed godlike status both in his native Quebec and in the international theatre community; and Schultze...
Jessie Richardson award nominations: Outstanding Body of Work - Del Surjik Outstanding Performance (supporting) - Ian Morton ___
Director: Sandhano Schultze Stage Manager: Gisele Grignet Set Designer: Susan Madsen Costumer Designer: Michael Bugera Lighting Designer: Del Surjik Photography: Stephen Mitchell Sound Design: Lowell Morris Technical Director: Bill Burr
Cast: Marlene: Sharon Heath Champ / Priest / Inspector: Howard Kruschke Sunny: Marlane O'Brien Bo: Ian Morton Jemison: Dee Jay Jackson Widow #1: Susan Bain Widow #2: Sandra Grant Widow #3: Cindy...
Playwright: Marie-Lynn Hammond Translated by: John van Burek
Co-produced with Theatre la Seizieme Director: Rejean Poirier
Cast: Marie Lynn (the granddaughter): Chantal Morin Elsie (the English Canadian grandmother): Lois Dellar Corinne (la grand-mère franco-ontarienne): Nicole Robert
Set and Costume Designer: Nicole Dextras Lighting Designer: Del Surjik Musical Arrangements: Chantal Morin Stage Manager: Yvan Morissette Technical Director: Bill Burr Production Manager: Sandhano Schultze Photographer: Stephen Mitchell
Awards: Jessie Richardson Award Nomination: Outstanding Performance (lead...
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.