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LE NO SHOW VANCOUVER

Théâtre la Seizième (2020)

How much are you willing to pay for your theatre ticket? As much as for a movie? A Grouse Moutain Skyride? A Canucks game? Or… nothing at all? It’s up to you! — A local adaptation of the international hit, Le NoShow Vancouver welcomes you into a playful and interactive experience where two ideas – the cost of theatre and its value as art – clash with predatory humour.

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POLY QUEER LOVE BALLAD

Queer Arts Festival, frank theatre, Zee Zee Theatre, Skirts Afire Festival, Theatre Pass Muraille (2019)

Poly Queer Love Ballad is a bold, intimate new musical, merging slam poetry with catchy pop-folk tunes. Nina, a polyamorous bisexual poet, meets Gabbie, a monogamous lesbian songwriter, at a Cafe Deux Soleils. With two microphones, a loop pedal, and array of instruments, they struggle to reconcile their fierce mutual attraction with their opposing perspectives on love. The show explores polyamory and queerness, while aiming to create a new representation of intimacy that isn’t confined by genre, medium or societal obligations.

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SLIME

The Only Animal (2018)

Welcome to the 3rd Annual SLIME conference. Join 100 animals, seven young translators, scientists and suits, and fellow humans and step just slightly in the future... Seated amongst the delegates, you might hear an otter swimming down an aisle, a dolphin whistling at your elbow or a seabird over your shoulder: animals too have something to say. We come together to face an insatiable creature,SLIME, which, like facebookslime or googleslime, is taking over. Ask yourself, “who is coming to save us?” The answer might surprise you….

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DRY LAND

Rumble Theatre's Tremors Festival (2016)

Ester is a swimmer trying to stay afloat. Amy is curled up on the locker room floor. Dry Land dives into the lives of two teen girls and explores what happens in one high school locker room after everybody’s left. Spiegel’s play, her first full-length work, was a finalist for the prestigious Susan Smith Blackburn Prize in 2015.