Projects

Series and Titles
(Selected)

“8 Great Playwrights: 8 Powerful Pillars” (Part II)

“8 Great Playwrights: 8 Powerful Pillars” (Part I)

“Frame of Reference”

DRAMATURGY 101  
“Playwriting: The World of Sharp Focus”

DRAMATURGY 101  
“Energy of Re-Discovery”

Vancouver New Stage introduces the lecture series and public workshops:

Tuesday, April 22, 2008
DRAMATURGY 101  
“Playwright as a Thinker”
6-9pm

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
DRAMATURGY 101  
“Playwright & the Play” (Part II)
6-9pm

Tuesday, April 1, 2008
DRAMATURGY 101  
“Playwright & the Play” (Part I)
6-8pm

Tuesday, November 20, 2007
DRAMATURGY 101  (Part III)
“Playwright in the Theatre!”
6-9pm

Tuesday, November 13, 2007
DRAMATURGY 101  (Part II)
“Power to a Playwright”
6-9pm

Tuesday, November 6, 2007
DRAMATURGY 101  (Part I)
Introduction: “Opening the Gate”
6-9pm

Cameron Community Centre
9523 Cameron Street
Burnaby, BC

Earle Birney

Earle Birney: Celebration of Vancouver

Vancouver New Stage presents the works of Vancouver’s legendary poet and Canada’s literary giant Earle Birney: his famous epic

NOVEMBER WALK NEAR FALSE CREEK MOUTH together with his other renowned Vancouver poems

VANCOUVER LIGHTS

PACIFIC DOOR

THE SHAPERS: VANCOUVER

DUSK ON THE BAY

JANUARY MORNING/DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER

Earle Birney, twice recipient of the Governor General’s Award, recipient of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, the Lorne Pierce Medal for Literature, the Canada Council Medal for outstanding achievement in the arts and Officer of the Order of Canada.

Earle Birney’s body of literary work includes: books of poetry, two novels, a stage play, numerous radio dramas, memoirs and essays. His volumes of literary works, together with his lifetime commitment to promote the art of writing as an essential creative and spiritual force in human life, lives on and continues to inspire artists of all ages in our city, in British Columbia and across the country.

A dramatic interpretation of the poems featuring our artists-in-residence, Ruth McIntosh and Lisa Waines,
directed by Thomas Novak.

Thursday, November 2, 2006
7: 30 pm
Peter Kaye/ Alma VanDusen Rooms
Vancouver Public Library, Central Branch
350 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC

Admission free

Vancouver New Stage wishes to thank:

Vancouver Public Library Thompson Rivers University
Vancouver Community Network CBC
National Film Board (Montreal Office) UBC Archives
The Honourable Madam Justice Wailan Low Webnames.ca
Roundhouse Community Centre Inder Nagra