4000 MILES
By Amy Herzog

It should have been the trip of a lifetime. But in this tender, beguiling play, 21-year old Leo’s bike journey across America hasn’t turned out the way he hoped and he ends up staying with his 91-year old grandma, Vera. They’re unlikely roomies.

Family is family, though, even if your grandmother is an irascible old Marxist, and especially when your grandson has some serious healing to do. “Funny, moving, altogether wonderful” (New York Times)

Nov. 26, 27, Dec. 2, 3, 4 – 7:30 pm / Dec. 5 – 2 pm

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by Yvette Nolan.

In a post-apocalyptic world, two women must rely on traditional wisdom for their survival. A participatory reading presented in conjunction with the Reconciliation Playreading Circle.

Part of the 2022 New Waves Festival.

Feb. 4, 7:30 pm

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By Drew Hayden Taylor 

While preparing to move back to the reserve where he was born, Jason Pierce, a half-Native, half-white man, is visited by a stranger. Harry Dieter claims to be his brother, the acknowledged son of the white man who fathered and then abandoned Jason.

Dieter has a reason for finding Jason: their father is dying from kidney failure and they want to know if Jason is a possible match. “Smart, riveting” (Quill & Quire)

Part of the 2022 New Waves Festival.

Feb. 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 – 7:30 pm / Feb. 20 – 2 pm

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A double bill of one-acts:

TRYING TO KEEP UP by Castor Angus. Two men who were lovers in their late teens try to connect again as adults. Archie is now married to Claire, while Walsh is engaged to the exuberant Ashton. But just how eternal is love?


MOURNING IN RM. 243 by Daniel Puglas. Family members gather in a motel room after a funeral. As the “mourning” begins, the spectre of alcohol in their lives finally becomes too much for one of them.

Part of the 2022 New Waves Festival.

Feb. 13 – 2 pm / Feb. 15, 16 – 7:30 pm

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By Laura Cranmer

A play in the English, Hul’q’umin’um, NuuChahnulth, and Kwak’wala languages, based on the playwright’s stay in the NIH as a young girl. A workshop presentation, with surtitles.

Part of the 2022 New Waves Festival.

Feb. 14 – 7:30 pm

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A musical dark comedy
Book and Lyrics by Bill Miner / Music by Marty Steele and Bill Miner

The “Devil of De Courcy” is back – and he’s singing! In this witty and tuneful take, the infamous spiritual leader and con man is pursued by intrepid local reporter Doris Abercrombie, who’s out to get the goods on the bruh and his equally cunning partner, Madame Zee.

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March 25, 26 – 7:30 pm / March 27 – 2 pm / March 31, Apr. 1, 2 – 7:30 pm / Apr. 3 – 2 pm

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