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Monday, March 26, 2007

Theatre: We're All In This Together


Vancouver Moving Theatre, in association with urban ink’s Fathom Labs
and the Carnegie & Roundhouse Community Centres, present live shadow theatre on a giant shadow screen featuring 30 DTES involved musicians, crew and actors!

We’re All in This Together is a contemporary fable from the Downtown Eastside
Two families from different social backgrounds encounter humanity’s struggle with addiction. Out of the shadows emerge dreams and memories, fears, hopes and visions.
Written by Rosemary Georgeson and Savannah Walling with Sheila Baxter, Wendy Chew, Paul Decarie, Mary Duffy, Melissa Error, Patrick Foley, Leith Harris, Stephen Lytton, Muriel Williams and contributions by Larry Reed and James Fagan Tait.

Savannah Walling Artistic Director
Kim Collier Director
Ya-wen V. Wang
Musical Director
Joelysa Pankanea & Ya-wen V. Wang Music
Tamara Unroe w/ Sharon Bayly Design
Adrian Muir T.D. and Lighting Design
Robin Bancroft-Wilson Stage Manager
David Chantler & Larry Reed Shadow Theatre Consultants
Terry Hunter Producer
John Endo Greenaway Graphics

Post Performance Talks featuring among others


Donald MacPherson, City of Vancouver Drug Policy Program Coordinator
Professor Emeritus Bruce Alexander, Author ‘Roots of Addiction in a Free Market Society’
Coco Culbertson, Director, Lifeskills Centre

Aline LaFlamme, Executive Director, Aboriginal Front Door

Bud Osborne, Poet & community activist


APRIL 19 to APRIL 29, 2007
Thursday to Sunday Shows 8pm
Russian Hall, 600 Campbell Avenue
Campbell and Keefer, seven blocks east of Main
Suggested Donation $5 - $20
Reservations Recommended 604-254-6911
www.vancouvermovingtheatre.com

“Stunning, stark and startling all at the same time.”
Robyn Livingstone, Carnegie Newsletter
“There is more wisdom in this play then in 150 years of research.”
Author, SFU Professor Emeritus Bruce Alexander

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