Join us for an evening of savage wit and uncompromising truth-telling!
CREEPS is an award-winning dark comedy by David E. Freeman that rocked the North American theatre world and changed Canadian theatre forever.
Four men work in a sheltered workshop doing mundane work. The toilet is their safe place, their escape from their institutionalized environment as well as the charities that support it.
“You will then be brought to our attention either by relatives who have no room for you in the attic, or by neighbours who are distressed to see you out in the street,
clashing with the landscape.”
Historic Theatre at The Cultch
1895 Venables Street, Vancouver, BC
December 1 – 10, 2016
Tickets: $18 – $40
Wheel Voices is returning with a great new theme!
Join us for Comedy on Wheels!
This workshop-to-performance community collaboration is a response to community interest to strengthen and capitalize on one of our greatest assets – the ability to use humour and storytelling to cope with life’s challenges.
As a participant, you’ll receive coaching and training in comedy, storytelling, and other theatre-based disciplines from various guest artists, led by the collaborative team of International Comedy Expert David Granirer and Realwheels’ own Rena Cohen. As with all Wheel Voices projects, we’re excited to nurture and develop emerging talent in the disability community.
All training is offered free of charge.
The project will culminate in a celebration of everyone’s stories in a fully-staged theatrical production in May 2017!
NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!!!
Two roundtable discussions will take place in January 2017. These conversations will kickstart the creative process, serving to share information, get community feedback and perspective, and offer up some exercises to get your comedic wheels turning.
Comedy on Wheels workshops will then officially launch February 04, 2017.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in participating or have any questions!