Solo Collective presents two stories in two times... about love and betrayal with LOVE FIGHTS, a night of two One-Acts. Adam Underwood's hilarious blind-date between two unlikely lovers in a modern-day upscale diner is contrasted by Amiel Gladstone's surreal tale of two women from Sartre's No Exit trapped by the circumstances of World War II and their love for each other. The Trolley Car by Amiel Gladstone is directed by Rachel Peake (director of Solo Collective’s 2010 Jessie Award-nominated The Project) and Coffee Makes Me Cry by Adam Underwood is directed by Sarah Rodgers (2010 Jessie Award-winning director of Billy Bishop Goes to War)
The latest offering from the company who brought productions such as The Project and True Believers to Vancouver features Hamza Adam, Emelia Symington Fedy, Raphael Kepinski, and Emma Slipp. LOVE FIGHTS features Set and Costume Design by Drew Facey, Lighting Design by Matt Frankish, Sound Design by Shawn Sorensen and stage manager, Noa Anatot. Love Fights is at Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street, Granville Island, from November 3 to 14.
Tickets available through VancouverTix at 604-629-VTIX.
Solo Collective is celebrating eleven years of creating, developing and producing exclusively new, Canadian work has been producing exciting, award-winning work and is overseen by Aaron Bushkowsky (Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director) and Rachel Peake (Co-Artistic Director). www.solocollective.ca.
Official Website: http://www.solocollective.ca
Added by CLSA on October 11, 2010