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1997 / 1998 Season

Life During WartimeOur 97/98 season saw the premiere of two bold new works! At the 1998 Women In View Festival Life During Wartime took audiences by storm. This ferocious dance/theatre piece focussed on subtle misogyny in polite society and was praised for its unapologetic and biting sense of satire. Later in the spring. Ruby Slippers premiered The Ruby Cabaret at The Vancouver East Cultural Centre. This potent collaboration with jazz ensemble Talking Pictures resulted in fourteen original songs, thirty vignettes. and many letters to the editor. Just what a successful cabaret should do.

Photo Credit: Life During Wartime,Diane Brown
Photo by Tim Matheson

Mission Statement

Multi award-winning Ruby Slippers Theatre produces provocative text-based theatre from the vanguard of the English and French Canadian canon. We further the voices of women in theatre, empowering them on and offstage, and are the only company in Vancouver whose mission includes producing the contemporary Quebecois canon in English. Our work illuminates diverse and underrepresented perspectives and social issues, inspiring independent critical thought, communion, and diversity.

 

Thank you to our season sponsors John Fluevog Shoes and CWest Solutions