Titillations is a provocative exploration of the female breast, raising voices of women often silent in the Canadian theatre mosaic, especially older women, pregnant women, women who breast feed their infants, and women who have both survived and succumbed to breast cancer.
Fierce, funny & fearless, follow Fran & friends on this fast-paced frolic. Experience Fran’s unrelenting compulsion to explore The F Words from Fat, Forty, Forgotten & F**cked to F__???
Winner of “Honourable Mention” in the Theatre BC Play Writing Competition, this multi-media solo-show is “lively, tough, sexy, hilarious, relatable & transformational!”
Laundry Day is a twenty-minute dramatic short film, reminiscent of a silent movie. It unfolds the story of a suburban Canadian woman’s life, spanning sixty years, as depicted through the laundry on her clothesline. The very personal ritual of hanging out the family washing captures private moments, historical happenings, fashion trends, political events, and bill-board hits… the rhythm of Rose’s life encrypted in her weekly wash.