Written by Guillermo Calderón
Translated by William Gregory  

a Rumble Theatre production

May 12 – 23, 2020
Havana Theatre | 1212 Commercial Drive, East Vancouver 

Tickets $20 at havanavancouver.com/theatre – ON SALE SOON!


 Canadian Premiere 

‘We used to kill kings. We used to kill millionaires. And now all we do is make threats on the Internet. That’s why I’m offering you the chance to start at war.’ 

Alejandra and Marcela are planting bombs in the middle of the night. They don’t want violence. They just want to be heard. Prison’s not much of a threat when most of your friends are inside. But José Miguel is from another generation, and he’s committed to change by any means possible.

A darkly comic dive into the absurdity of reality, B examines cross-generational tension in the mobilization of resistance and interrogates the role of violence in revolution. What does it mean to want to take up the struggle, when the struggle has silenced itself to you?

In this Canadian premiere production, Rumble AD Jivesh Parasram directs an all-female cast of talented Vancouver performers: Carmen Aguirre, Maria Escolan, Lissa Neptuno, and Lili Robinson.


A startling, stylish and suspenseful piece… The writing has a dash of Pinter, Chris Morris’ Four Lions and even Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with its menace, its blend of the comic, grisly and grotesque, and its confused, conflicting deceptions.

– Sam Marlowe, The Stage

Show times:

Tues, May 12 at 7:30pm (preview)
Wed, May 13 at 7:30pm (opening)
Thu, May 14 at 7:30pm
Fri, May 15 at 7:30pm
Sat, May 16 (matinee) at 2:00pm
Sat, May 16 (evening) at 7:30pm
Tues, May 19 at 7:30pm
Wed, May 20 at 7:30pm
Thu, May 21 at 7:30pm
Fri, May 22 at 7:30pm
Sat, May 23 (matinee) at 2:00pm
Sat, May 23 (evening) at 7:30pm

Running time: Approx. 75 min
Audience advice: 14+ 



Playwright: Guillermo Calderón
Translator: William Gregory
Director: Jivesh Parasram
Cast: Carmen Aguirre, Maria Escolan, Lissa Neptuno & Lili Robinson
Lighting Designer: Itai Erdal
Production Designer: Christie Watson
Stage Manager: Zoe Bellis