New Theatre: Odd Jobs

Tuesday, March 25, 1997, 5:00 pm

Odd Jobs

Artists: Frank Moher and Electric Cricus Productions 

Date: March 26 to April 5, 1997 

A play about people trying to determine the value of work and self-actualization in an ever-changing, technologically advanced age. 

New Theatre: Sanctuary

Thursday, March 13, 1997, 5:00 pm


Artists: Lori Hamar, David Ferguson, Mark Adamson, Andrew Samuel, Daivd Coish, Miles Lowry

Date: March 14 to 23, 1997 

This modern work about sanctuaries was an unsettling and intimate duet, using video projections to express the inner thoughts and feelings of the live performers. Choreographed by Lori Hamar and David Ferguson; musical score by Mark Adamson, Andrew Samuel and Dave Coish; video segments directed by Miles Lowry; presented by Suddenly Dance Theatre. 

The Sex Change Artist

Wednesday, November 6, 1996, 5:00 pm

The Sex Change Artist 

Artists: Charles Tidler and Stephen White

Date: November 7 to 17, 1996

The Sex Change Artist was presented by Intrepid Threatre Company, written by Charles Tidler and directed by Stephen White. The piece was a full-length treatment of a university instructor's helpless efforts in the maw of an institutions myriad political agenda. 

Tattoos and Truth, or the Terrible But Incomplete Journals of John D.

Wednesday, March 20, 1996, 5:00 pm


Artists: Chris Gerrard-Pinker and Ruth McIntosh


Truth, or the Terrible But Incomplete Journals of John D. 

Artists: Guillermo Verdecchia and Norman Armour


Date: March 21 to 24, 1996 

Rumble Theatre presented "two new plays for the millenium," lyrical explorations of the incidentals of everyday life. In collaboration with the Vancouver East Cultural Centre and Open Space's New Theatre Series. 


The Masque of the Red Death

Wednesday, March 6, 1996, 5:00 pm

The Masque of the Red Death

Artists: Ian Case, Michelle Poirier and company

Date: March 7 to 10, 1996 

Performed in character mask by six actors, the action of the play was faithful to the Edgar Allen Poe story but was extended through use of video, film clips, slide projections sound and shadow to address contemporary media and public sentiments about AIDS. 

Arborite Housedress

Thursday, February 1, 1996, 5:00 pm

Arborite Housedress

Artists: Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan

Date: February 2, 1996 

Arborite Housedress was written by Shawna Depmsey and Lorri Millan and performed by Dempsey. The performance aligned the conformity of the 1950s with the rise of the New Right in the 1990s. 


New Theatre: Fallin' in Love

Wednesday, November 15, 1995, 5:00 pm

Fallin' in Love

Artists: Stephen Malloy, Rhys Lloyd, Laara Sadiq, John Cenry, Matthew Gray 

Date: November 16 to 19, 1995 

Written and directed by Stephen Malloy; performed by Rhys Lloyd, Laara Sadiq and John Henry Canavan; music composed and performed by Matthew Gray.

New Theatre: Singing the Bones

Wednesday, November 8, 1995, 5:00 pm

New Theatre: Singing the Bones

Artists: Caitlin Hicks and Dee Daniels

Date: November 9 to 12, 1995 

Written and performed by Caitlin Hicks, music by Dee Daniels, Singing the Bones told the story of three women and their interactions in regards to the birth process. 


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