Vancouver theatre

Other Side Through You. World Premiere! | June 29th, 2011

Vancouver theatre events plays arts festival dramaHow do we know for sure that someone is communicating with us or if we're just projecting our own thoughts? This is the central conundrum in Other Side Through You, presented by the Neanderthal Arts Festival July 21-23, 26, 29, 30 and 31 (See schedule for showtimes).

Cat Main's sister has cerebral palsy, which makes normal speaking impossible. Is she really trying to say anything at all? If so, what?

Cat interviews world-famous skeptics, speech pathologists, researchers and family members to find out the truth.

Witness a conflict of the science and spirit behind real communication. Learn more about Other Side Through You

Countries Shaped Like Stars. Review in the Georgia Straight | July 30th, 2010

We've been telling everyone we know about how Countries Shaped Like Stars will rock your world. Sure, we're a bit biased, but apparently the Georgia Straight agrees with us.

This national show continues to win accolades for its imaginative take, romantic storyline and charming style. Here's an excerpt from the review:

If you wear socks to this show, be prepared to have them charmed off. Countries Shaped Like Stars, from Ottawa’s Mi Casa Theatre, gently unhinges language and logic, so that we can play in the spaces between words and bathe in the emotions that underlie reason. Another way of saying this is that Countries Shaped Like Stars makes you feel as openhearted and happy as a kid.