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November 20 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Every week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday until December 2, 2018

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Shows – 8:00 pm Tues – Sat; Matinees 3:00 pm Sat & Sun (except November 17) NO SHOWS Mondays

Single tickets $25/21/20; previews, matinees & Groups 10+ $17.50; Talkback Tuesdays ONLY $12.50 Tickets Tonight, www.ticketstonight.ca or 604.684.2787


Framed with a highly theatrical metaphor, Mortified explores youth and influence, rebellion and belonging. A woman runs into a man from her past and is surprised by the power he still holds over her. In an attempt to uncover the truth of what happened between them, she recalls her adolescent self: a 14-year-old synchronized swimmer, struggling to make sense of the world around her. Humorous and dark, Mortified explores sex, shame and transformation and how we reckon with the experiences that shape us.

Amy Rutherford was classically trained at both The National Theatre School and Stratford Festival of Canada’s Conservatory. She’s worked for close to twenty years in TV, film and theatre with many of Canada’s leading directors and writers. She’s been nominated for several Dora Mavor Moore Awards, one Calgary Critter and was named one of Toronto’s Top Ten Theatre Artists by Now Magazine. Amy has performed internationally; at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival, Rwanda Arts Azimut Festival, The Ricardo Montalban in Los Angeles and at New York’s PS122 theatre. Writing Credits: Out of the Woods (Sidemart Theatrical Grocery, Why Not Theatre) Sad Object / Bad Object (Toronto Festival of Clowns) The Public Servant  (GCTC, Nightwood, Canstage) Amy is also a contributing writer for ryeberg.com and recently graduated from The Vancouver School of Expressive Arts Therapy.

Bringing this world premiere to the Studio 58 stage is the creative team of Director, Anita Rochon (The Chop Theatre, Siminovitch Protégé prize), Dramaturge Jonathon Young (Electric Company Theatre, Betroffenheit), Pam Johnson, Set Designer (As You Like It, Macbeth), Carmen Alatorre, Costume Designer (Stickboy, Peter and the Star Catcher), Brad Trenaman, Lighting Designer (So, How Should I Be?, Redpatch), Malcolm Dow, Sound Designer (Angels in America, Comedy of Errors), Jordan Lloyd Watkins, Projection designer (Cranked, Le Voyage), and Amber Funk Barton, Choreographer (This Stays in the Room).


November 20
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Studio 58, Langara College
100 West 49th Ave, Vancouver, BC Canada
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Studio 58, Langara College