Hunter Gatherers has now opened and here are just some choice snippets from the reviews! “You really have to hunt for a script this funny…Opening night audience laughed its socks off and I did, too. But Hunter Gatherers is not for the faint of heart. If your sweetie calls you “Honey Lamb” this play might … More Hunter Gatherers smashes the reviews!
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Hybrid Moments will be airing as part of DedFest in Edmonton, Alberta. Edmonton director Darryl Merpaw’s debut feature can be best described as LOVE ACTUALLY with more murder and mayhem. Or if ABCS OF DEATH had more romance. HYBRID MOMENTS is the ANTI-romantic comedy – an anthology of love stories that just happen to have … More Hybrid Moments Screening at DedFest
My next endeavor is being supported by the wonderful people at Human Theatre! I’ve got a new series of workshops called Physical Actor Training and Viewpoints. These classes run Sundays October 19 – November 9 and run from 6PM – 8PM. More information and registration can be found here. The actual content of these workshops … More New Workshop Series with Human Theatre
Staircase Theatre presents the Canadian premiere of Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s wickedly funny play, Hunter Gatherers. Directed by Vancouver theatre veteran, Ryan Gladstone, Hunter Gatherers is a darkly comic evening where the line between the civilized and the primal is blurred, and where not everyone will survive long enough to enjoy the brownies for dessert. Hunter … More Hunter Gatherers by Peter Sinn Nachtrieb
Little One by Hannah Moscovitch has opened at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and is receiving excellent reviews! Not to mention our appearance on the front cover of Georgia Straight! Check them out! “This production is riveting throughout … deeply disturbing but laced with humor and surprising twists.” – The Georgia Straight [FULL REVIEW] “Absolutely chilling … More The Reviews Are In!
Directed by Amiel Gladstone Featuring Daniel Arnold and Marisa Smith Lighting Design by Adrian Muir Sound Design by Brian Linds Assistant Direction/Stage Managment by Brennan Campbell When 4-year-old Claire is adopted into the family, 6-year-old Aaron has to learn to “love” his new monster of a sister. Told through the now adult voices of its … More Little One by Hannah Moscovitch