• Jan 09 – Feb 10


    Play: "The Shoplifters" across the Lower Mainland, BC

    Morris Panych’s The Shoplifters stars Alma, a seasoned career shoplifter who prefers the five-finger discount over some lousy seniors’ day deal. But it’s not just an empty wallet that leads Alma to a life of petty crime – it’s also her strong convictions about social justice and economic equality.

    More information here.

    January 9, 2020
    The BlueShore at CapU

    January 10 & 11, 2020
    Kay Meek Arts Centre

    January 14, 2020
    Anvil Centre

    January 15–25, 2020
    Surrey Arts Centre

    January 28–Feb 1, 2020
    Evergreen Cultural Centre

    February 2, 2020
    Clarke Theatre

    February 6 & 7, 2020
    The ACT Arts Centre

    February 8 & 9, 2020
    Shadbolt Centre for the Arts

  • Feb 27 – Mar 09


    Play: "Mom's the Word" in London, ON

    Mom’s the Word was created out of a Saturday morning writers’ support group. Getting together to share their experiences, six women performers struck upon the idea to write about what they were going through as mothers trying to maintain their careers, their individual identities and their relationships with their partners. The result is an evening of hilarious stories, bittersweet monologues, poetic reflections and revelatory anecdotes. Touching tales of giving birth to a premature baby are balanced against comic, ribald rants on diaper soup; whispered, hesitant conversations about sex after children; and the desperate confessionals of the over-stressed.

    More info here.

    February 27 to March 8, 2020
    Palace Theatre
    710 Dundas Street
    London, ON N5W 2Z4

  • Feb 27 – Feb 28


    Daniel Canty in Brussels

    Daniel Canty will lead a workshop called “Found in Translation” at Passa Porta in Brussels, Belgium.

    Workshop held in French and Dutch. More info here.

    Thursday, February 27, 2020
    7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
    Rue Antoine Dansaert 46,1000
    Bruxelles, Belgium

  • Mar 24 – Apr 05


    Play: "Impromptu on Nuns' Island" in Battleford, SK

    Impromptu on Nuns’ Island
    Comedy/Drama by Michael Tremblay, translated by Linda Gaboriou
    Directed by Donna Challis

    Synopsis: An opera diva, Patricia, meets her Waterloo singing Salome at the Opera Bastille in Paris.
    In an impromptu get-together in her Nuns’ Island penthouse, on the afternoon of her return from Europe, h
    ​er mother (a popular Montreal stage and television actress pushing 70), and her idealistic committed-to-new-work daughter goad her. What is the sense of an international career if your art doesn’t contribute to change (or at least to widespread pleasure and inspiration) in the society you live in?

    March 24 to April 4, 2020
    BCP Little Theatre
    102 26th Street
    Battleford SK

  • Apr 11 – Apr 12


    Arleen Paré on Mayne Island

    Arleen Paré will read from Earle Street at the Mayne Island community library. More details to come.

    Saturday, April 11
    Time TBA
    411 Naylor
    Mayne Island, BC V0N 2J2

  • Apr 21 – Apr 22


    Arleen Paré at Munro's Books in Victoria

    Arleen Paré will read from Earle Street at Munro’s Books. More details to come.

    Tuesday, April 21
    7 p.m.
    Munro’s Books
    1108 Government Street
    Victoria, BC, V8W 1Y2

  • Apr 22 – May 10


    Play: "Legoland" in Nanaimo, BC

    Penny and Ezra Lamb are home-schooled by their parents on a hippie colony near Uranium City until the police discover it also happens to be the largest marijuana grow-op in Saskatchewan. Legoland is how their pot-smoking elders always described the outside world, and the Lamb siblings are dying to get there.

    More info here.

    April 22 to May 9
    The Bailey Studio
    2373 Rosstown Road
    PO Box 796,
    Nanaimo, BC
    V9R 5M2

  • Apr 29 – May 18


    Play: "Daisy" in Long Beach, CA

    Based on true events, Daisy is a political drama that presents the moment in TV history that ushered in the age of negative advertising and forever changed how we elect our leaders. It also tells the more cynical tale of how a nation got led into war, distracted by the “packaging” of a seemingly peaceful U.S. president. Daisy explores the art and science of political manipulation, the forces at play on public consciousness in our mediated world, and the impact that fear has had on our democracy.

    April 29 to May 17, 2020
    International City Theatre
    330 E. Seaside Way
    Long Beach, CA 90802

  • May 08 – May 09


    Arleen Paré at Planet Earth Poetry in Victoria

    Arleen Paré will read from Earle Street at Planet Earth Poetry in Victoria. More details to come.

    Friday, May 8
    7:15 p.m.
    Hillside Coffee and Tea
    1633 Hillside Avenue
    Victoria, B.C.