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Brilliant, Bold, and Well Researched

By admin | April 5, 2017

REDPATCH’s run at Presentation House in North Vancouver wraps up this weekend, but you still have an opportunity to see it April 12-16 at Studio 16 in Vancouver. The media are raving about the show, so brush up on the buzz before you head out to see REDPATCH.

Redpatch unearths First Nations’ contribution to Canada’s First World War effort 
The Vancouver Sun interviewed star and co-writer, Raes Calvert about the research that went into the show, including meetings with First Nations elders, as well as a view into the unique casting process.

Theatre review: Redpatch is beautifully affecting 
Vancouver Presents’ Chesley Stuyt points to “Calvert’s personalized and nuanced performance” as Halfblood, REDPATCH’s main character, as well as the show’s personal and mythological elements.

Brilliantly inventive Redpatch is a full-on sensory feast 
“Redpatch is wholly immersive and brilliantly inventive theatre that, hopefully, heralds a new age of risk-takers and innovators on Vancouver stages.” —the Georgia Straight

Movement is incredibly important to the convey WWI battles in REDPATCH. Photo courtesy of Hardline Productions.

Movement is incredibly important to the convey WWI battles in REDPATCH. Photo courtesy of Hardline Productions.

Get your tickets to REDPATCH in advance here, or at the door starting 45 minutes before show time.

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