Tremors 2020

Oct 28 – 31, 2020
Online | PL1422, 1422 William St, Vancouver, BC

 

Featuring new work-in-development from:
Anais West   •   Danceboy company   •   Dusty Foot Productions   
Immigrant Lessons
   •   Joshua Ongcol   •   Rage Sweater Theatre Productions
Subjects of History   •   The Public Swoon



Register for your FREE festival pass at rumbletix.org

To read more about the projects, click here.

Gateway Salon Series: Building Bridges


Hosted by
Gateway Theatre in partnership with the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance (GVPTA) and with support from Rumble Theatre

September 12 – 13, 2020
3 sessions – Saturday (2:00pm & 7:00pm) and Sunday (2:00pm)
Online

Free admission but RSVP required

 


ABOUT THE SERIES

Rumble is pleased to support the Gateway Salon Series: Building Bridges, a new emerging artist initiative produced by Gateway Theatre and the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance (GVPTA).

Similar to our Living Room series, Building Bridges provides a space where emerging artists can connect with like-minded creatives and explore resources for navigating the fast-changing world of performing arts. (more…)

Meet the Creative Team of B

Welcome to our virtual lobby for our online production of B by Guillermo Calderón

To read more about the creative team, please check out our show program. You can read it online, or download to print a physical copy, here: B show program – Rumble Theatre

The B Creative Team

(Top, l – r): Carmen Aguirre – Jose Miguel, Christie Watson – Production Design, and Itai Erdal – Lighting Design.

(Middle, l – r): María Escolan – Marcela, Jivesh Parasram – Director, and Lili Robinson – Alejandra.

(Bottom, l – r): Lissa Neptuno – Carmen, Zoe Bellis – Stage Manager, and Shanae Sodhi – Assistant Director.

Rumble Relaunches Season with New Digital Programming

Rumble’s 2019-2020 season, “High Seas/Low Seas”, was originally envisioned to explore the concept of Solidarity. That theme has taken on even more significance as we consider what’s happening in our world right now. So, to respond and re-envision the season, and re-conceptualize our approach to solidarity, we came to this necessary question as an arts and cultural organization: “Where are our front lines?”

And how willing are we to put artists on the front lines? Honestly, we aren’t. There’s nothing noble about risking further spread of this virus. But we can still create theatre even if we can’t gather together at this time. We can try a different approach. We have to. We think the best show of our solidarity with those on the front lines is to encourage you to stay home, but not necessarily to feel isolated. So, from our closets, bedrooms, and shared accommodations, and with the will of our Wi-Fi signals, we’d like to welcome you to Rumble’s (now digital) spring season. (more…)