The C-Word… new play by Grace Chin opens April 2 at Playwrights Theatre Centre

The C-Word is a new play by Grace Chin…

Gung Haggis members saw her first play Twisting Fortunes and the 2nd play “The Quickie”

Both were featured as sneak preview excerpts at Gung Haggis Fat Choy dinners in 2007 and 2008.

Check out Grace's play “The C-Word



The C-Word cast (from left): Preet Cheema
(Akesh Gill), Sheryl Thompson (Ashley Hennessey), Grace Chin (Kelly
Cho), Fane Tse (Steve Chung), Raahul Singh (Pal Prasad). Photo by Terry
Wong, wonger.ca

From http://www.scriptingaloud.ca/cword/

If cheating is colour blind, so is commitment, increasingly a “C-word”
to both sexes. How do you deal with intercultural cheating, commitment,
and consequences? The C-Word,
a contemporary, set-in-Vancouver dramedy directed by Mel Tuck, invites
an intimate in-and-out of the bedroom view of four friends' lives when
infidelity and unforeseen consequences force them to choose to whom,
and to what, they must commit. More

… a contemporary, set-in-Vancouver dramedy directed by Mel Tuck, invites an intimate in-and-out of the bedroom view of four friends’ lives when infidelity and unforeseen consequences force them to choose to whom, and to what, they must commit.

Playwrights Theatre Centre, Granville Island
1398 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC

Thurs Apr 2 – Sat Apr 4
Thurs Apr 9 – Sat Apr 11
All shows 8 pm

Tickets:
$18 online (PayPal)
“2 for $30” Thursday April 9
$20 at the door

DOOR PRIZES MOST NIGHTS

To buy tickets in advance and for more information:
www.scriptingaloud.ca/cword
cwordplay@gmail.com

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