The Cultch is pleased to present the world premiere of Act of Faith, a new play by Janet Munsil, commissioned and produced by Realwheels (Vancouver), and running at… Read more “A multi-disciplinary world premiere from one of Canada’s foremost playwrights; Act of Faith is a story of belief, conviction, and controversy.”
In James Fagan Tait’s latest chamber play, ideas of gender and sexuality are questioned, as two characters, John and Dick, develop a friendship that might have other people raising some eyebrows. After all, when two straight men start spending every weekend together…and when one of them likes to wear women’s clothing, people start to expect an explanation.
I am thrilled that we are able to present such a strong body of works by female artists this February. At The Cultch we are always mindful of gender equality and it was really important to me that we highlighted some of the amazing performance being created by women. The works that we have programmed are as different as the people that perform them, which is why I strongly suggest that you should see all three and attend our book launch and panel discussion on February 9. Come and enjoy these works of courage and innovation with us.
A searing new play by Sean Harris Oliver that that investigates the
Afghan war through the eyes of three Canadian medical personnel
Five performers. Five rounds. Your vote. One survivor. But does your vote really matter? Fight Night tested audiences on what they most want in a candidate: someone… Read more “Fight Night questions the democratic system through audience participation”