Any Night

Touchstone Theatre: Any Night - by Daniel Arnold, Medina Hahn and Ron Jenkins | DualMinds | The Cultch

Vancouver East Cultural Centre
1895 Venables St

OCT 6-17, 2009 @ 8PM
Matinees Oct 10 & 17 @ 2 PM
Pay-What-You-Can Oct 7
2 for 1 performances Oct 8, 13, 14
No performance Oct 11, 12
Artist talkback Oct 8 after the show

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Created by Daniel Arnold, Medina Hahn and Ron Jenkins
DualMinds co-presented with The Cultch

When a troubled modern dancer falls for the young man living above her, she begins to suffer strange and violent behaviour in her sleep. A new thriller about privacy, paranoia, and the immeasurable power of the subconscious, created by the writer/performers of the internationally acclaimed Tuesdays and Sundays and the director of the hugely successful Canadian production of The Black Rider. Any Night won Outstanding New Play at Toronto Summerworks Festival in 2008, and will play at The Bridge Theatre in New York City in 2010.

Actor/writers Daniel Arnold and Medina Hahn toured their first play Tuesdays and Sundays for seven years, garnering numerous awards and honours, including “Top Ten Play of the Year” in Toronto, Edmonton, Vancouver and New York. Their second play Any Night has already been published and is in development as a feature film. Daniel and Medina were recently recognized as playwrights with the protégé portion of the Siminovitch Prize, Canada’s most prestigious theatre award.


 

“A tightly woven mystery… written and beautifully performed by Daniel Arnold and Medina Hahn. Chilling.” – CBC

“Totally engaging…Grabs us from the start and never lets us go.” Among the BEST PLAYS OF 2008 – Toronto Now

Production Credits

Photo of Medina Hahn and Daniel Arnold by Stephanie Hull

Created by Daniel Arnold, Medina Hahn and Ron Jenkins
DualMinds co-presented with The Cultch

Directed and dramaturged by Ron Jenkins
Written by and starring Daniel Arnold and Medina Hahn
Voiceover Brian Linds
Original Lighting by David Fraser realized by Adrian Muir
Sound by Gord Heal
Set/props by Peter Pokorny
Costumes by Erin Macklem

Vancouver East Cultural Centre: the Cultch

Dual Minds: D & M Productions Vancouver