March 29-April 2, 2016
Evergreen Cultural Centre
1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam
April 5–9, 2016
Vancity Culture Lab
1895 Venables St, Vancouver
Photo of Gerry Makay and Katharine Venour by Tim Matheson
A Touchstone Theatre Production
Directed by Katrina Dunn
Set by Pam Johnson
Lighting by Adrian Muir
Costumes by Amy McDougall
Sound by Scott Zechner
Stage Managed by Marijka Asbeek Brusse
Starring Michael Kopsa, Gerry Mackay, Arthur MacKinnon, Linda Quibell and Katharine Venour
By Jordan Tannahill
Grab this opportunity to see Touchstone's powerful ensemble piece from the 2014/15 season if you missed it the first time. Treat a friend if you saw it last season!
Lauded by critics as “...excruciatingly good theatre: it feels like open heart surgery” (Courier), last season’s hit is back at the Vancity Culture Lab, following a run at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.
Two couples sit down to dinner and ignite a moving and funny exploration of a hot button issue, rendered in dynamic dialogue by an exciting young writer.
About the Playwright
Jordan Tannahill was the 2014 recipient of the Governor General's Award for Drama for Age of Minority: Three Solo Plays. He is currently developing new plays for Canadian Stage, UK's Panic Lab, Necessary Angel/bluemouth inc. and the National Theatre School of Canada. His new book of essays, Theatre of the Unimpressed, was recently released by Coach House Books. He is a multidiscplinary artist who writes and directs performances for theatres, galleries, and found spaces. His short films and media installations have been presented at festivals and galleries across Canada and internationally. Jordan co-runs a storefront arts space called Videofag in Toronto's Kensington Market.