#abaondonhope

by Peter Boychuk (Vancouver, British Columbia)
Commission funds provided by Rumble Theatre (Vancouver, British Columbia)
Website: http://rumble.org/
2 Women 4 Men

Comedy/Drama. Adult language. A madcap tour through the Inferno, the most sought-after postal code in the afterlife. Dante for the modern age.
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Sweden

by Greg MacArthur (Montreal, Quebec)
Commission funds provided by Workshop West Theatre (Edmonton, Alberta)
Website: http://www.workshopwest.org/
2 Actors + 1 cello player(Cello can be recorded music, preferred cast 2 Men)

A pitch black comedy/ interactive drama in which the audience is loaded onto an elevator by two men in hazmat suites only to discover that they (the audience) are being exported to a mysterious location as livestock.
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The Program

by Eric Rose and David van Belle (Calgary, Alberta)
Commission funds provided by the High Performance Rodeo (Calgary, Alberta)
Website: https://www.hprodeo.ca/
3 Actors (Preferred cast 1 Woman 2 Men)

An outrageous, unsettling, audience participation ‘happening’ in which the audience finds themselves to be unwitting participants to a corporate program to select human sacrifices.
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Replay

by Melissa Thingelstad (Edmonton, Alberta)
Commission funds provided by Workshop West Theatre (Edmonton, Alberta)
Website: http://www.workshopwest.org/
2 Women 1 Man

A story told in movement and poetry. A man and two women get on the same elevator day after day longing for and yet missing the opportunity to connect. And then one day a bit of magic occurs.
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The Club

by Kendra Fanconi and The Only Animal Theatre(British Columbia)
Commission funds provided by the Magnetic North Theatre Festival (Ottawa, Ontario)
Website: http://www.magneticnorthfestival.ca/
3-6 Actors (Preferred cast 4+ with balance of men and women)

The audience finds themselves in the middle of a spontaneous dance party that transforms the elevator into moving dance club complete with lights and sound. The party spills out onto the top floor of the building and ends with safe participatory encounter between the actors and audience, which affirms the beauty to be found in even the briefest of moment of human connections.
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