Tue – Fri 8pm
Sat 4pm & 8pm
Sun 3pm Matinee
Pay-What-You-Can Wed @ 1pm
BMW-driving, bleached-blond Annie Iverson teeters alone in a kayak on a vast stretch of water. Having set out to save her son from the dangers of his radical environmentalist girlfriend, she unwittingly throws herself into a path of events larger than she could ever have imagined. In a time when “green” is the new black, award winning playwright Jordan Hall’s intelligent, witty and provocative story of catastrophic global proportions makes the political personal. Susan Hogan, who was nominated for a Jessie Award for her performance, is “completely compelling” (Vancouver Courier), as she navigates the role, full of humour and heart.
The Firehall Theatre Society
The Firehall first opened ins doors February 25, 1982 with a performance by Axis Theatre, who managed the theatre at that time. The Firehall Theatre Society was incorporated in 1983 and in 1985 established itself as one of the first theatre companies to incorporate aboriginal and culturally diverse artists within its practice.
The company is committed to operating an arts centre in Vancouver’s poorest neighbourhood, to ensuring residents have access to professional artistic experiences and that local community arts projects also benefit from the use of our play development skills, our technical and production resources, and our studio and performance space.
The building the Firehall calls home was built in 1906 and acted as Vancouver’s first fire station until the mid 1970s. Located in the historic heart of the city, the Firehall strives to produce and present work that highlights and supports Canada’s multiculturalism. As the first company focusing on Canadian work with this intent, the Firehall broke through social barriers and helped playwrights, actors, dancers, performers and producers of various cultural backgrounds present work to audiences across the country.
Over the past 30 years, led by Artistic Producer Donna Spencer, the Firehall Theatre Society has evolved into one of Canada’s most well respected cultural hubs.
With her interest in contemporary dance, Spencer also spearheaded the Dancing on the Edge Festival, which has grown to become Canada’s longest running dance festival, and became its own society in 1988.
For more information about this event please call us at 604-689-0926 or visit our website at www.firehallartscentre.ca