SET DESIGN

The Crucible

The Crucible is a timeless parable of morality, a scorching indictment of intolerance, and a central work in the canon of American drama

Photos by: Javier Sotres

Directed by: Jessica Nelson

Stage: The Frederic Wood Theatre


Far Away

Far Away is a 2000 play by British playwright Caryl Churchill. The play has four characters, Harper, Young Joan, Joan, and Todd, and is based on the premise of a world in which everything in nature is at war

Directed by: Lauren Taylor

Stage: The Frederic Wood Theatre


The Turn of the Screw

The Turn of The Screw is a smart, tense, suspenseful play by Jeffrey Hatcher that was adapted from the famous, provocative 19thcentury novel by Henry James

Photos by: Harika Xu

Directed by: Tanya Mathivanan

Stage: Studio 16


The Glass Menagerie

The play is a ‘memory play’ narrated by character Tom, based on his memories of his mother Amanda and mentally fragile sister Laura. It is set in their old St. Louis apartment

Stage: The Frederic Wood Theatre


Great Slave Lake

One-act unusual mystery. Two women, Gretchen and Margaret, sit on their next door front porches in a small Ohio town in the autumn of 1938 and talk about their husbands, both named Clyde, each a brother of the other woman, who have mysteriously disappeared on a fishing trip to Canada a few months earlier

Photos by: Erika Champion

Directed by: Michelle Thorne

Stage: Dorothy Somerset Stage


The Shallow End

One act play about the relationship between three teenage girls

Photos by: Erika Champion

Directed by: Jenny Larson

Stage: Dorothy Somerset Stage


Burqa Boutique

In the midst of war, a multi-generational group of women take refuge inside a burqa boutique that’s free from political allegiances

Photos by: Jayda Paige Photography

Directed by: Gavan Cheema and Jamie King

Stage: The Cultch – The Greenhouse stage


The Way You Carry On

Two estranged sisters reunite in an East Van backyard: one queer and poly-amorous, the other monogamous and on the run from motherhood

Photo credit: Jayda Paige Photography

Directed by: Mika Laulainen

Stage: The Cultch – Greenhouse Stage


Fireflies

A multimedia exploration of body autonomy and non-binary identity in a dystopian future Japan

Photos by: Jayda Paige Photography

Directed by: Patricia Trinh

Stage: The Cultch – Greenhouse Stage


The Time Machine

The Time Machine, is a science fiction classic written by H.G. Wells, in the Victorian Era. Tracey Power and the Acting C ensemble have updated this story to jump 1000 years in time and discovers what the world may look like if we pay no attention to climate change and the voices of young people. 

Directed by Raugi Yu and Eileen Barrett

Stage: Richmond Gateway Theatre Studio Stage


Seussical JR.

Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos.

Directed by: Christina Cuglietta and Abbey Dutton

Stage: Richmond Gateway Theatre Studio Stage


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