Fedy Hazel Venzon and Emelia Symington in KISMET one to one hundred, Tremors 2010

Tremors: KISMET one to one hundred

Created by The Chop Theatre in association with Rumble Productions April 13 – 17, 7pm and April 17, 3pm matinee at the Vancity Culture Lab at The Cultch Four artists set out across Canada to interview one hundred people, ages 1 through 100, about their experiences and beliefs around fate and destiny. What they discovered […]

Ravi Jain, Katrina Bugaj and Troels Hagen Findsen in I'm So Close..., 2010

Tremors: I’m So Close…

created by Why Not Theatre in association with Toronto’s Theatre Centre April 6 – 10, 7pm at the Vancity Culture Lab at The Cultch This show made me laugh, it made me cry and it made me think. I’m So Close…is filled with controlled chaos, wonderful physicality, clever comedy, emotional poignancy and a sense of […]

Andrew McNee, Juno Ruddell, Erin Matthews and Michael Rinaldi in Cozy Catastrophe, 2010

Tremors: Cozy Catastrophe

Created by Theatre Melee In association with Rumble Productions April 6 – 10 and 13 – 17, 9pm The Cultch Horrific events are overwhelming the entirety of human civilization. Four strangers must decide what to do with what could be their final hours. Should they pray? Fight back? Repopulate the earth? Or just get to […]

Hive patrons at the Centre for Digital Media, 2010

Hive 3

co-produced by Boca del Lupo, Electric Company, Felix Culpa, Leaky Heaven Circus, neworldtheatre, Pi Theatre, Rumble Productions, The Only Animal, Radix, Theatre Replacement, Theatre Conspiracy and Victoria’s Theatre SKAM. March 11 – 14 and 17 – 20, 2010 The Centre for Digital Media (577 Great Northern Way) Twelve of Vancouver’s most adventurous theatre companies create […]

James Long in Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut

Clark and I Somewhere in Connecticut (tour)

a Rumble Productions/Theatre Replacement co-production October 13 – 16, 2010 The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Burnaby, BC October 22 – 23, 2010 Intrepid Theatre at The Metro Studio, Victoria, BC December 3 – 4, 2010 Network of Ensemble Theaters Micro-Fest, Los Angeles, CA A powerhouse of wit and hard-learned wisdom as performed by an […]

Hiro Kanagawa and Allesandro Juliani in after the quake, 2010 (photo by Ken Bryant)

after the quake (remount)

Based on the short stories Honey Pie and Superfrog Saves Tokyo from the collection after the quake by Haruki Murakami Adapted for the stage by Frank Galati A Rumble Productions/pi theatre co-production Presented by The Cultch October 13–23 The Historic Theatre at The Cultch Wildly original and warm without ever lapsing into sentimentality, after the […]