On My Walk is an interactive, playful story which invites very young children and their families to take part, clap, sing, and move together.
Do we not create our own realities as we see fit? Do we remember our pasts or do we invent them? Do we live in the present or is it manifested? Our future… is it imagined or predicted?
In March 2016, Play On Words Productions embarked on an exhilarating and challenging production of Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical directed by Ryan Nuñez.
Emerging from their clawfoot bathtubs, the three breathless brides gather evidence against their womanizing, murderous husband.
A college sophomore and a whimsical stoner girl explore the wilderness outside of Campbell River but their adventure takes a dark turn when they come across two hikers who bear a striking resemblance to figures from the past.
In August 2015, Staircase Theatre Society presented an evening of staged readings entitled Movin’ On Up. The event took place at CBC Studio 700 and featured two scripts from emerging playwrights Christopher Cook and CJ McGillivray. CAST Yoshie Bancroft, Georgia Beaty, Emmelia Gordon, Allan Morgan and Deb Williams CREATIVE TEAM Directed by Brian Cochrane withContinue reading “Movin’ On Up”
In August of 2015, Rising Phoenix Theatre proudly presented an independent production of Why I Hate Utah by Andrew Ferguson.
What happens when you integrate theatre so early in a child’s life that it becomes something you do, so it becomes the fabric of what you do?
Through her involvement with The Wet Ink Collective, CJ McGillivray was recently featured at the BC Buds Spring Arts Festival in association with the Firehall Arts Centre.
Two fools become lost in a vicious cycle of love and hate, struggling to know right from wrong within the confines of their forbidden romance.