RIVULETS: 3 short plays about a flood
RIVULETS is a promenade site-specific performance composed of three short inter-related plays staged in a roving and interactive venue in Vancouver's Historic Chinatown.
In a magical-surrealist future, nature has re-established its dominance over man. After a devastating flood, people have no choice but to salvage memories from a world they want to remember: a fish-turned- man contemplates virtue in the face of desperate poverty, a woman dies and comes back to life as rain, a daughter confronts her father about the brutal world he has left her. The characters and stories in RIVULETS lend voices to the debate and questioning of what binds us as humans: Is it language? Is it family? Or is it instinct? ...
WARNING: sexual content and course language
July 16-19 // 2 shows a night: 8pm + 9:30pm
Lone Pine Publishing, 87 East Pender, Vancouver, BC
Written by James Gordon King
Directed by Marie Farsi
Starring Alec Willows, Aryo Khakpour, Emilie Leclerc and Lucy McNulty
Stage Management by Scarlett Larry
Set Design by Carolyn Rapanos
Lighting Design by Andrew Pye
Costume Design by Emilie Leclerc
Set and Props Builder/TD: Triane Tambay
Publicity consultant: Terri-Lyn Storey
Babelle Theatre seeks to produce experimental and ambitious theatrical performance work. Their practice, inspired by multiple cultural traditions, pushes borders of space and language and assembles the common from the dissimilar.
The Lone Pine (View)
87 East Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 1S9
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|