Rumble’s 2014-15 season will kick off in November with the much-anticipated return of Tremors, our festival of emerging talent. The new festival format will feature three productions of established scripts from the Canadian and international repertoire, with each show being directed, designed and performed by a company of emerging artists working under the guidance of professional mentors.

We’ll release more details with our official season announcement, so stay tuned. In the meantime, we’re busy assembling our creative teams. Currently we’re making a call for submissions from emerging directors, designers and stage managers. Are you an emerging artist working in one of these disciplines? And are you hungry for an opportunity to be mentored and make cool theatre? If you answer yes to both questions, then we want to hear from you.

Click the ‘Tremors Call for Artists’ button below to download the full application details. The application deadline is Friday, July 18.

Indian Arm

Hiro Kanagawa and Henrik Ibsen (photo by Tim Matheson)

Hiro Kanagawa and Henrik Ibsen (photo by Tim Matheson)

Rumble is very excited to announce that we have commissioned Vancouver playwright Hiro Kanagawa to adapt Henrik Ibsen’s 19th century classic Little Eyolf.

Hiro’s adaptation, entitled Indian Arm,  received a public staged reading on November 17, 2013 as part of the Arts Club Theatre’s ReACT: New Plays In Progress series, and will receive a full production premier in 2014/15.

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