YOU ARE HERE – return engagement by Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Equity Co-op

Here's a theatre production that my friend Noah Drew is involved in:

Horseshoes and Hand Grenades Equity Co-op REMOUNTS its acclaimed 
production of
by Daniel MacIvor

March 24 – April 2, 2005 @ 8pm (no show Monday)
Matinees: March 26, April 2 and April 3 @ 2pm
2-for-1 Performances: March 24 & 29

at Performance Works
1218 Cartwright Street, Granville Island
Vancouver, Canada

Tickets: $20/$16
Seen the show already? Ask about our "COME AGAIN DISCOUNT"
Group rates available.
Directed by Mindy Parfitt.

Starring Colleen Wheeler
with Sean Devine, Noah Drew, Alexa Dubreuil, Laara Ong, Robin E.
Richardson, Courtenay Stevens and Alex Williams.

Designed by Sydney Cavanagh (Set & Costumes), Joel Etkin (Sound) and
Larry Lynn (Lights).
“This show is one of the best things you’ll ever see.” (Colin Thomas,
Georgia Straight)

After stunning reviews and a sold-out extended run, Horseshoes & Hand
Grenades Equity Co-op is back with a remount of the Fall 2004 hit, You
Are Here. For those who made it on the waiting list but not into the
theatre... for those who were urged to see the show but couldn’t... or
for those who want another dose of the play that made both The
Vancouver Sun and The Vancouver Courier’s “Top Ten theatre productions
of 2004” lists... here’s another chance. You Are Here is an
unsettling, daring, intimate, funny and profound theatrical experience.

“Theatrical Gem of 2004 ... so hot that those who see Vancouver’s
theatre scene as too staid are urged to see this show.” (Peter Birnie,
Vancouver Sun)

Meet Alison, a once-idealistic writer turned celebrity journalist
trying to figure out how she ended up middle-aged, in the film
business, in front of an audience and not at all sure why. Has she
died? Is she supposed to entertain all of these people? Smiling
nervously, Alison sits in the spotlight and re-examines her life as her
memories, insights, hopes and rationalizations fly across the stage. In
this remarkable and beautifully simple play, Alison’s life spirals into
chaos and tragedy: a failed career, a failed marriage, the loss of a
pregnancy, addiction, her own death. With poignancy, bitter humor, and
an appreciation for the glimmers of light and friendship that kept her
afloat along the way, Alison rediscovers love that fades, hopes that
die, and enduring friendship that offers the promise of redemption.

"The superb Colleen Wheeler delivers the performance of the year."
(Jerry Wasserman, VancouverPlays.Com)

“You won’t want to miss You Are Here.” (Jo Ledingham, The Courier)

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