Chasing Home
by Seán Cummings
inspired by the real-life stories of the participants of the 2012 All the World’s A Stage
Directed by Pedro Chamale & Seán Cummings

featuring Christopher Casillan, Evelyn Chew, Damian Rumph, Ryan Swanson, and Sheryl Thompson

15,16 & 17 March 2012
Recital Hall, Vancouver Playhouse
8pm Thu, Fri, Sat, and 3pm Matinee Sat. with post-show talk back with the actors/artists

Screaming Weenie is please to present Chasing Home a creation piece that explores the theme of ‘home’ from the viewpoint of cultural outsiders, immigrants, refugees and others who have been forced to flee and create a new life for themselves in Vancouver. Inspired and designed by the participants of All The World's A Stage workshop, Screaming Weenie's community-building program.

Chasing Home celebrated over 81% houses, our biggest hit to date.

Trivia: Chasing Home was associate produced by the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company. The show was in mid-production when the VPTC dissolved making Chasing Home their final production.

Stage Managed by Carolyn Yu
Lighting Design by Nicole Holas
Props & Outreach Coorination by Esta Mun
Set & Costume Design by Hanno, Pedro Chamale, & Carolyn Yu
Sound Design by Jan Derbyshire
Dramaturge: C.E. Gatchalian
Technical Direction by Stacy Sherlock
Media Relations: Sara Bynoe
Program Facilitator: David Beare
Print Concept by Carolyn Yu
Production Supervision by Seán Cummings

Presented in association with the Vancouver Playhouse, and with the assistance of Leaky Heaven Circus.
All the World's A Stage is made possible by funding from the Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia, and the BC Arts Council.

The show program can be viewed HERE as a PDF.

All The World's A Stage 2012

The overarching purpose of this unique arts engagement project is twofold: first, to give a diverse range of people who are interested in theatre the skills to pursue future professional opportunities in this arena; and second, to foster, through theatre arts, attitudes of understanding, acceptance and inclusiveness across cultures, ethnicities and sexualities.

Successful candidates served as production assistants on Falling in Time this past season in direction, stage management, and set & costume, lighting, and sound design. They will draw from the experience of working on a professional production to create, under Screaming Weenie's supervision, a new play that deals with the themes explored in Falling in Time: cross-cultural understanding, the challenges of learning English and coming to a new country, and gay-straight relations. The play will have a 3-night run in Vancouver in March 2012.
For more about the ATWAS program please click here

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