NOTE: DUE TO THE ILLNESS OF ONE OF THE CAST MEMBERS, PERFORMANCES OF BABEL RAP & CABBAGE HEAD WILL BE POSTPONED. RIVER BOTTOM BABY WILL BE PRESENTED AS PLANNED
Rage Against the Extremes!
Vancouver, B.C. March 27th-31st
Pacific Theatre and Stone’s Throw Productions are proud to present the world premiere of Tina Teeninga’s RIVER BOTTOM BABY, along with John Lazarus’ BABEL RAP and Julie Jensen’s CABBAGE HEAD, with direction by Spencer Capier and Tina Teeninga, playing March 27th-31st at Pacific Theatre.
RIVER BOTTOM BABY is the tale of one woman’s search for true identity as impending blindness and a dark secret overwhelm her sense of self. BABEL RAP, a beloved favorite by John Lazarus, is hilariously pointed and thoughtful in the vein of absurdist theatre. Julie Jensen’s CABBAGE HEAD wraps up the night with a story of silliness and social criticism.
Dynamically directed by the proficient Spencer Capier (COTTON PATCH GOSPEL, Pacific Theatre), RIVER BOTTOM BABY stars the effervescent Lori Kokotailo (BRIGHT PARTICULAR STAR, Pacific Theatre). BABEL RAP and CABBAGE HEAD highlight the significant emerging talents of Kirsty Provan (NORMAL, Pacific Theatre & Stones Throw Productions) and Alison Chisholm (SISTER MARY AGNACIOUS EXPLAINS IT ALL FOR YOU, Sears Drama Festival) under the direction of Tina Teeninga (NORMAL, Pacific Theatre & Stones Throw Productions).
SINNER/SAINT features the talents of three of Pacific Theatre’s apprentices, as well as some of Vancouver’s most talented emerging artists. Pacific Theatre’s apprenticeship program affords actors the chance to perform on a professional stage, and also provides artists the opportunity to produce original work from “the ground up”. Stay tuned for REMNANTS, Pacific Theatre’s mainstage emerging artist production, playing from May 16-June 8th.
Details:SINNER/SAINT: 3 one act plays
When: Free Performance, March 27 at 8pm.
After GRACE at 10:15 pm, March 30th and 31st.
Where: Pacific Theatre. 1420 W 12th Ave at Hemlock St., Vancouver, BC.
Tickets:Free, March 27th.
Pay-what-you can Mar 30-31 or free with tickets to Pacific Theatre’s GRACE.
No reservations necessary.