Love is a sinking ship.

Program 2 – Performances: 
Thursday, March 27 – 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 29 – 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 30 – 7:30 PM

Drifting CREDIT- Brent Danley

Description: Fearing the end of his marriage to Veronica, Robert tries to make good on a long-standing promise to take her to sea. As the two of them drift helplessly in the Strait of Georgia, with only one oar and nothing to eat, they are forced to evaluate the real reason that they’re sinking and question if they can keep their relationship afloat.



Playwright: Christopher Evans
After a decade and a half spent toiling in the retail management and service industry trenches, Christopher Evans turfed the stability of a regular paycheck in order to start writing fiction three years ago; he’s never looked back once. Originally from Victoria, BC, he now lives in Vancouver with his wife, brand-new baby daughter, and two disgruntled cats. His short stories have appeared or are upcoming in Grain, The New Quarterly, and Riddle Fence in Canada and in Australia in The Canary Press and Vine Leaves Literary Journal. His radio play “Burrowing” was produced for CITR in 2013. Drifting is his first stage production.

Director: Jamie King
Jamie  is psyched to be directing two plays for Brave New Playrites, and super psyched that they are by the ultra rad dudes, Chris and Aaron.  Previous work includes: dressing the founding members of the Electric Company at the Edinburgh Fringe, guiding audiences across the fields of the Caravan Farm Theatre, stage managing and co-designing the lights for Fresh Water (RCEA Trier Series), assistant directing Speech & Debate (Twenty-Something Theatre) with Brian “the Brain” Cochrane, and now for almost a fifth of her life she has been putting shows in at the Cultch.


Simon MacIntyre – Robert

Taylor Scott – Veronica


* photo credit: Brent Danley


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