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Tomo Suru Players

303-828 Gilford Street, Vancouver, BC, V6G 2N6

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Tomo Suru Players Society is a BC registered society. © 2015 by Tomo Suru Players.


About Love:

A Festival of Short Plays.

November 5 - 10, 2019 @ havana theatre

How I Murdered My Mother

Joan Didion's (screen writer for A Star is Born) account of the year

following the death of her husband, writer John Gregory Dunne, and her
attempts to make sense of her grief while tending to the severe
illness of her adopted daughter, Quintana. Starring Cory Philley, this
intimate performance is inspiring.
Held at the historical 19th Century Roedde house in the heart of
Vancouvers West End, this location adds an ambience that brings out
the intimacy and powerful impact of this beautiful story.

Tomo Suru Players

Tomo Suru Players is a group of actors, writers, directors in Vancouver, BC, who enjoy innovating and collaborating.


We are excited by works that stretch us as artists, that explore themes beyond the day-to-day, that engage and that entertain.

Theatre is a dialogue that begins within, and then engages, fellow actors, and then audiences. Engagement that can be a whisper or a scream!

Whisper something in our ear that’ll make us scream

Donate Tomo Suru Players Society

Tomo Suru Players Society is dedicated to providing opportunities for young people to experience theatre in the pursuit of enhancing their talent and career. With your donation we are able to maintain a high level of quality allowing more professional opportunities for our actors, our crew and our volunteers. Donations of $100 will grant two tickets to our annual About Love Festival of short plays.