Apparently apprentice Joel Stephanson doesn't think he's busy enough. Working the box office and front of house, performing in SIDE SHOW, and rehearsing for GODSPELL wasn't enough for him - he's also directing a series of short plays written by the always hilarious David Ives.
May 12, 8pm
May 13, 8pm
May 14, 10:15pm (after improv)
May 15, 10:15pm
Norm only has ten minutes to buy a souvenir and fall in love. His interpreter may have other ideas.
VARIATIONS ON THE DEATH OF TROTSKY
Eight outrageously hypothetical conversations between the great political theorist, his wife, and his homicidal gardener. Hilarity ensues.
THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE
Don runs a school where he teaches the little known - yet somehow universal - language of Unamunda. Dawn is his first student. As their lesson begins, Dawn finds herself giving a dazzling display of English gone loco, and her persistent stutter disappears. Suddenly, she is thrown into a life of linguistic exhiliration - but not without uncovering her teacher's troubling secret.
Directed by JOEL STEPHANSON
Featuring ROBSON BAKER, SYDNEY COCHRANE, KYLA FERRIER, KRISSY JESUDASON, ROB LAMPARD, SHAY MCFAUL & KEVIN SLOAN
$11 in advance, Pay-What-You Can at the door.
To book call 604.731.5518 or visit www.pacifictheatre.org