Created by The Chop Theatre
Presented by Rumble Theatre
November 25 – 29, 2020
Online | Livestream at 7:30pm PT
Featuring: Jonathon Young (Nov 25), Aggy Jenati (Nov 26), Aryo Khakpour (Nov 27), Omari Newton (Nov 28) & Jivesh Parasram (Nov 29)
Using a temperamental broadcast media green screen, Pathetic Fallacy explores our complicated relationship to weather. Every night features a new performer who receives all their staging instructions live, standing in front of a temperamental broadcast media green screen. It’s an original collision of DIY cinematography, action film, choreography, a gallery talk, and weather forecasting — all with the immediacy of live performance.
Tickets are Pay What You Decide. To book visit rumbletix.org.
To read more about the show, click here.
***COVID-19 UPDATE: In accordance with the latest order from the BC Ministry of Health (Nov 19, 2020), we have cancelled the in-person events for Pathetic Fallacy. All of the livestream performances will now be available to watch exclusively online. If you’ve already booked a ticket for an in-person event, we will be in contact with you shortly about your ticketing options. Thank you.
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’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…)