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Wound Up In One Acts

December 08, 2019

Theatre in the Raw is presenting a set of original one act plays, December 7th, 8th, 14th and 15th at Spartacus books- 3378 Findlay Street. $15/ $12 Student-Senior.

Amy is performing as Mrs. Radding in Radding vs. Glazer

A simple mistake over one fur coat being taken in place of another at a hair salon spirals out of control into a full blown verbal war. All the while the innocent salon owner is caught between the two aggrieved parties as accusations fly. A comedic reminder that any conflict – started accidentally – can escalate between entitled and unreasonable parties.

The Colorifics @ Frankie's Jazz Club

November 27, 2019

Come dance and sing! Finally a Vancouver gig! The Colorifics are performing at the esteemed Frankie's Jazz Club in downtown Vancouver on November 27th @8pm. 2 sets that start at 8 and 9:30pm. Bring some friends and let's jam!

The Colorifics

August 31, 2019

I am so excited to announce that I am the new lead singer in The Colorifics! The Colorifics have been a band for over 20 years and jump from genre to genre so you get a whole colorful journey from around the world. All original music that ranges from Spanish Tangos, the Cha Cha, Cuban rhythms, Moroccan Gnawa, 20s swing and 60s dreamy vibes. My first gig with them was in Gibsons on August 31st, 2019 and we had an amazing response! Follow me on my Facebook page for gig announcements!

The Dissociates (Staged Reading)

June 29, 2019

Happy Pride! Friends of Dorothy with the support of OFF THE PAGE is having a staged reading of Dorothy Dittrich's play the Dissociates, in conjunction with Pride on the Sunshine Coast. Readings are June 29th @ 7:30, and June 30th @2:00pm at Gibsons Heritage Playhouse. Tickets are $20. 

Amy plays the role of BD.

Water, Memory

June 03, 2018

Written by Ariel Martz-Oberlander
Collaborators: Natalie Davidson, Amy King

We follow a woman as she loses her memory and seeks solace from the river she grew up near. The play is a conversation between the woman and the river as they both struggle to come to terms with their own mortality, and fight to stay in this world. We explore what it means to love sick bodies and take ecosystem collapse personally. 

​Upintheair Theatre in Collaboration with Resounding Scream Presents


A Showcase of Emerging Artists' Works in Progress

Sunday, June 3 

Doors open at 1:45 PM 

Performances begin at 2 PM

July 02, 2017

Lost in layers of coconut, custard and chocolate on the delicious Nanaimo Bar trail, a group of tourists miss the departure of their cruise.  With a cruel south easter mounting, the group is forced to extend their stay in the foggy town whose name they can’t seem to agree on how to pronounce. But as lightening strikes, a new journey begins. Join the rumble and tumble aboard The Dream of Nanaimo as this city’s ancient roots, explosive history and quirky culture spring to life.

July 2nd-9th at the Port Theatre in Nanaimo

May 10, 2017

Ties of Blood is a vivid dramatic work that re-interprets the lives and art of the Bronte siblings. Ambitious Charlotte (author of "Jane Eyre), passionate Emily (author of "Wuthering Heights"), benevolent Anne (author of "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall"), and their mysterious brother, Branwell, authors of beloved classics and iconic centerpieces in the world of literature. 

Four artists, four geniuses, four siblings. Conflicting loyalties, forbidden love and competing affections intersect in this tale of a family torn apart by fame, alcoholism, and dark twists of fate. Through live music, movement, text from their diaries, letters, and novels, compiled and supplemented by playwright Caity Quinn, Ties of Blood represents a mesmerizing glimpse into the tortured world of the Brontes.

May 10th-20th at the Havana Theatre, Vancouver!

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