New Vintage Theatre Celebrates Emerging Playwrights and Contracts Local Artists with support of Community Foundations of Canada and Central Okanagan Foundation

New Vintage Theatre Celebrates Emerging Playwrights and Contracts Local Artists with support of Community Foundations of Canada and Central Okanagan Foundation

New Vintage Theatre is excited to announce that we will be working with over 30 local artists to workshop new plays by emerging artists. This week and next are the culmination of three months of work by three very talented new playwrights.

I Have Neurotypical Spectrum Disorder by Kaitlin Smith

~Imagine if we lived in a world built for autistic people and not neurotypical ones. A world like this would have countless differences from our world. How would we socialize?

What is “normal”? ~Featuring the talents of: Rhys Griffiths, Tiffany Horak, Joseph Diemand, Lily Nieminen, Hugo Bowman, Kaitlyn Sharman, Casey Easton, Bonnie Gratz, James Long, Kendra Hesketh, Tony Yu, Kathy Green, Josie Morrow, Jarred Kittlitz, Abi Junop, Karis Merrifield, Hannah Crockett and Riley Gayford and more. This exciting project brings together artists of all backgrounds ranging in age from 12-50.
Catch this reading on Zoom, Tuesday, June 23 at 6pm~

https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/uO8pfrPs92ZOeIWT50vmBqJ6RNu0aaa8gCBL_qEFmUdRe8J6Dbwmx1j-5UiKFtSG Password: 9f@&6#1b

The Ruin by Hugo Bowman and Rhys Griffiths

~Beaux is an explorer, adventurer and works for the Russian government. Her only true friend is her dog Scout and that friendship is tested when she encounters her most terrifying adventure yet.

~Featuring Aly Rothery, Tony Yu and Casey Easton with sound by Julian Smith.

This live reading on Wed. June 24 will be filmed by James Alton and shared online.~

For more information or the links to these readings email us at info@newvintage.ca.

Thank you to the support of the Community Foundations of Canada and Central Okanagan Foundation for providing funding for this program so all participating artists will be compensated for their work.