Don’t miss your chance to see this unforgettable Ruby Slippers Theatre production (as part of the 2015 Theatre & Film Directing coursework projects) directed by current MFA Directing student Diane Brown of You Will Remember Me, running only until Nov. 28th at the Cultch!
Featuring the exquisite acting talents of Patti Allan, Craig Erickson, Marci T House, Sereana Malani and Kevin McNulty.
YOU WILL REMEMBER ME
by Francois Archambault, trans. Bobby Theodore
Ruby Slippers Theatre
Historic Theatre at The Cultch
Here’s what the critics are saying –
Director Diane Brown and her team do an excellent job.Utterly stupendous.Powerful, nuanced, visceral honesty.This was a rich & completely rewarding night of theatre.Cast delivery was completely equal to the excellence of the Archambault / Theodore script.To confront so compellingly a future many of us will face that is both challenging & disquieting is nonpareil live theatre. Bravo! indeed.
The Cultch presents
You Will Remember Me
Ruby Slippers Theatre (Vancouver)
WHEN: November 17 – 28, 2015
November 18, 8pm: Opening night
November 19 – 21, November 24 – 28: 8pm
WHERE: HISTORIC THEATRE AT THE CULTCH
1895 Venables Street, at Victoria Drive
TICKETS: Tickets from $20! Single tickets on sale now through The Cultch’s Box Office:
604-251-1363 or tickets.thecultch.com.
ADDED VALUE: Enjoy a lively post-show Q&A: November 19, 22, 24
From the people who brought you The Duchess a.k.a. Wallis Simpson. A deeply personal and moving new play about a family and memory from François Archambault, one of Québec’s most compelling writers. When the aging patriarch of a modern family, a powerfully intellectual and political force in his community, suffers from dementia, the people who love him struggle to care for him.
Written by François Archambault, translated by Bobby Theodore.
Directed by Diane Brown.
Featuring Kevin McNulty, Patti Allan, Marci T House, Craig Erickson, and Sereana Milani.
Set Design by Heidi Wilkinson, Lighting Design by John Webber, Video Design by Corwin Ferguson, Sound Design by Joelysa Pankanea, Stage Management by Lois Dawson with Assistant Stage Manager Melissa McCowell.