David, a young man harbouring a secret, and his precocious kid sister, Georgia, are reunited at their mother’s funeral, when Georgia refuses to come down from a tree.
Fiona revill - director/playwright/producer
Fiona Revill is an award-winning actress, writer, director and producer. She is the co-founder of Red Square Collective, Ltd, a theatre, film and new media production company based out of Vancouver, Canada and Sydney, Australia. Her first feature film directorial debut, We Three, is currently in post-production, due out in 2019. She’d like to thank Yozhik.
scott brydle - david
After a long absence from the stage, Scott is excited to be working with some of Vancouver's greatest talents. When he's not rehearsing or performing, Scott can be found sitting in traffic, just kind of like hanging out or whatever, and forgetting to water his plants.
millicent noren - georgia
Millicent Noren is an actor currently living in Vancouver, BC. She has collaborated with Fiona Revill before on the director's feature film directorial debut, We Three, and she is very happy, grateful, and excited to be working with her again on such an intense and funny play!
Vera Summers - Set Designer
Vera's passion for design developed early, spearheading redecorating projects around the house. She's worked as a Stager/Interior Designer for 10 years, and has recently decided to focus on set design. Vera loves all aspects of the design process - from conceptualizing to hands-on building/sewing/painting projects.
Performances at studio 1398
Wed. Sept 26th, 7:30pm
Sun, Sept. 30th, 2:00pm
Fri, Oct 5th, 7:30pm
Sat, Oct 6th, 7:30pm
Previous reviews for Fiona revill’s work
“Lovestruck: Entertaining and Polished” - Plank Magazine, 2011 Lovestruck
“Chock-full of dark humour and irony” - Review Vancouver, 2010 The Hanging Judge
“Cult storytelling” - Vancouver Is Awesome, 2009 A Christmas Carol
“Red Square Collective appears to be a thriving company with a bright future” - Sydney Arts Guide, 2015 A Snowflake on the Tongue of Oberon (Winner, Sydney Arts Guide, Best Fringe Comedy 2015)