Often I Find That I Am Naked
by Fiona Sprott
January 26 - February 8, 2016
Directed by Eva Hamburg
Featuring Jeremiah Kitchen, Doug Mayr and Katherine McCallum
“Naked” is an insanely hilarious, sometimes ridiculous, frighteningly poignant investigation into the life of an eminently likeable, wildly successful, chronically single career woman - Jezebel.
"Naked" follows Jezebel’s madcap misadventures through a series of high-octane monologues as she navigates the treacherous waters of the single’s scene, and finds herself in a vast array of devastatingly bizarre encounters with a seemingly endless string of male suitors, using various life aids such as excessive alcohol consumption, social anxiety, gynecological inappropriateness and auto-induced starvation (just to name a few). Jezebel drinks, thrusts and charms her way into date after disastrously hilarious date searching for the ever-elusive love factor.
The Syringa Tree by Pamela Gien
November 8 - 26, 2017
Directed by Laura McLean
Featuring Katherine McCallum
ONE PERFORMER. 24 CHARACTERS. ONE LARGE SWING.
Powerful. Funny,. Devastating. Brilliant. The beautifully evocative story of an unshakable love between two families - one black, one white - and the two children that are born into their shared household in 1960’s apartheid-controlled South Africa. At first seen through the eyes of a child, the story of these families’ destinies spans four generations, from early apartheid to the present-day free South Africa. With charming humour and palpable fear, six-year-old Elizabeth Grace tries to make sense of the chaos, magic, and darkness of Africa.
North of the Sixtieth Parallel - A Zeitgeist Cabaret
A Larrikin Entertainment/Atomic Vaudeville Joint
In cooperation with the Yukon Arts Centre
Directed by Britt Small and Jacob Richmond
Written by Jacob Richmond, Britt Small, Alex Wlasenko, Claire Ness and Hank Pine
Music by Alex Wlasenko , Hank Pine, Grant Waters, Jeremiah Kitchen, Chris Hine & Brandon Wicke
Choreography by Sarah Murphy & Britt Small
Featuring Angela Drainville, Jane Gaudet, Chris Hine, Jeremiah Kitchen, Chris Lovatt, Katherine McCallum, Jim McGeragle, Sarah Murphy, Paris Pick, Kelly Scott, Kaori Torigai, Grant Waters, Brandon Wicke and a superfluity of special celebrity guests
Presented at The Old Fire Hall Tues-Sat April 16-27, 2019
More easily described by what it might NOT be - variety show, sketch comedy, burlesque, musical theatre - this Cabaret is a collective labour of love that pushes theatre, kicking and screaming, into the future by fusing the common and secret joy of coarse amusement with a conscious desire to engage in a thoughtful dialogue about our uneasy connected existence as people in a community. Think Monty Python meets the Muppet Show. Think mini musical about a girl who just wants to be Yukon Famous. Think hipster Beachcombers. Think...actually, try not to think too much at all.