Current Shows & Events
September 22-23, 2023
About the Event Symbiotic relationships tell us stories of survival, reciprocity, and rivalry. Our earth is a complex mix of species inhabiting each other’s spaces while in constant interaction. May it be mutualistic, commensalistic, or parasitic, life always finds a way to thrive and subsist. Join us on our sixth rendition of our New Creation … Read more Symbiotic: Untrue Stories Live
Submissions due August 4th, 2023
Rumble is accepting submissions for its first Cabaret of the 2023-24 season.
Release Date: June 27th, 2023
Taking its inspiration from the origins of Dub music and Sound System Culture, we’re seeing what happens if we take text, and then liberally repurpose it to make new pieces.
June 6 – 8, 1991
A unique, collaborative exploration of Samuel Beckett’s novella Company.
September 10 – 19, September 23 – 27, 1992
The laboratory is life – habitual behavior and the use/abuse of power are the subjects.
November 17 – 20, 1993
A Concise History of Drumming is a playful and melancholy journey through a percussionist’s mind.
September 12 – 19, 1993
A small but intimate psycho drama based on a true story about missing children
June 8 – 22, 1993 at 8pm
Over 30 performers and artists conspired together to create visual Radio with two special live broadcasts hosted by the Vancouver East Cultural Centre.
October 18 – 29, 1994
Set against the backdrop of the 20th Century, Strains investigates social and political morality in conflict with the human heart.
December 6 – 9, 1995
The time is 1995 and the place is a waiting room near a hospital where one of their “own” has inexplicably lapsed into a coma. The action is ANGRY……
September 9 – 17, 1995
Three men: one in a hotel room, working out of town; the second an actor preparing for an audition; and the third a photographer who no longer photographs.
March 21 – 24, 1996, April 3 – 4, 1996
Max Rose explores her relationship to some of the indelible human legacies that one generation bequeaths to the next.
June 4 – 14, 1998
The terrible but incomplete journals of John D. is an invitation to listen, reflect, judge and maybe, just maybe, forgive.
October 14, 1998
a one-day celebration and exploration of performing artists who have ventured from the stage into the use of other media.
March 1 – 5, 1999
Newfoundland theatre artist Jillian Keiley conducted a five-day workshop on her creative process, kaleidography.
September 10 – 18, 1999
Having cheated on her white husband with an Asian man, a half-Chinese woman flees to the vacant home of her grandparents Wong.
Artistic Associate Chris Gerrard-Pinker collaborates with performers Karen Bennedsen, Kairn Lechner and Daniel Wild and musicians Lori Freedman, Andreas Kahre and Tiina Kiik on a new work of dancetheatre. Restless Prayers is a fugue-like series of interconnected meditations on fate, sacrifice and innocence lost. A workshop presentation in collaboration with Toronto’s Theatre Centre.
November 26 to December 5
a multi-media spectacle which explores the circumstantial meeting of three characters