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Runs from Wednesday January 7 2015 to Saturday January 17 2015

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 10 minutes


Firehall Arts Centre
280 East Cordova Street
Vancouver BC V6A 1L3

Production Notes

× BMW-driving, bleached-blond Annie Iverson teeters alone in a kayak on a vast stretch of water. Having set out to save her son from the dangers of his radical environmentalist girlfriend, she unwittingly throws herself into a path of events larger than she could ever have imagined. In a time when "green" is the new black, award winning playwright Jordan Hall’s intelligent, witty and provocative story of catastrophic global proportions makes the political personal. Susan Hogan, who was nominated for a Jessie Award for her performance, is "completely compelling" (Vancouver Courier), as she navigates the role, full of humour and heart.

Winner of the Samuel French Canadian Playwrights Award

"Smart, funny, political: if this play were a guy, I’d date him." – Colin Thomas, The Georgia Straight

Written by Jordan Hall. Starring Susan Hogan. Directed by Rachel Peake. A Firehall Arts Centre presentation.


Tuesday, Wednesday & Matinees: $27 regular / $22 senior

Thursday-Saturday: $32 regular / $27 senior & artists

Any day – $22 for under 30 year olds

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