Holiday at the Elbow Room Café
They’re back! After their bulldozing debut at the York two seasons ago, the eclectic world of Vancouver’s beloved Elbow Room Café returns for a holiday tribute you won’t soon forget.
Dead People’s Things
A heartrending haunting that examines loneliness and the strange contradiction between belongings and belonging.
Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls
Nine-year-old Fin (assigned female at birth and named Fiona) has come out as a boy. As he cuts his hair short and changes his name, Fin’s family works to understand and adjust to his gender identity.
Elbow Room Café: The Musical
Written with Anton Lipovetsky. Elbow Room Café: The Musical offers a candid look inside the world of Vancouver’s iconic Elbow Room Café, home of raucous service, celebrity sightings, and a heart of gold.
The anonymous online world gives us permission to say and do things we would never do in real life. But where do we draw the line between fun and maliciousness?
Lowest Common Denominator
Lowest Common Denominator explores the complicated web of intergenerational relationships and single-parenting as it unearths the darkness that surfaces when we’re confronted with something that challenges our moral fabric.
Celestial Being / Extra-Celeste
Celeste is having a hard time at school; she can’t seem to make any friends in her class, so she decides she must be from outer space.
My Funny Valentine
My Funny Valentine explores the ripple effect hate has on a community by following fictional characters on the fringes of the murder who are forever changed because of it.
Out in the Open
How do we deal with our own fears and issues when faced with a shift in what we thought we knew? Out in the Open explores the experience of having to reveal your personal truth and the terrifying reality of revealing and receiving a secret.
Simon and Ethan want a baby. Unfortunately neither of them has a womb.
Nelly Boy explores what it means not to fit in and challenges one of the givens of humanity: gender.
Celestial Being (Colouring Book Adaptation)
Green Thumb Theatre
Teatr Powszechny w Lodzi (Poland)
May 12-17, 2021
Drag Queen Death Scene
In development with support from Canada Council for the Arts