Two friends sit at a table and play a game they've made up in which they name people, places, and things, and debate whether they're winners or losers. Read more
Winners and Losers tours to Brighton (UK), Noorderzon (AN), Lokal (IS), Aarthus (DK), INTERsection (IT), On the Boards (US), Festival Trans Amériques (Montreal), Magnetic North Festival (Ottawa), Crow’s Theatre with Canadian Stage (Toronto). Full listing
Landline is a shared experience for two people on opposite sides of the country. The piece uses city streets, cell phone technology and poetic suggestion to engage audience members in a game of unlikely rendezvous.
A multi-media installation performance about city living and civic responsibility sourced from real kids' experiences.
A post-modern staging of Shaw’s classic play at the Rickshaw Theatre in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Mrs. Warren has been secretly working as a prostitute and brothel owner in order to put her daughter Vivie through the best schools, and to give her all the luxuries she could never afford. When the well-educated and thoroughly “modern” Vivie learns of her mother’s profession, the two women enter a battle-royale over what it means to be a modern woman, a working woman, and to just plain be a woman.