TOMO SURU PLAYERS
The monologue Calvin is an official selection of the Vancouver Quarantine Performance Project.
This monologue is an excerpt from a play Seoul, Beyond our World. The play is about the unnecessary deaths of children that due to official negligence. Calvin tells the story of a boy hiding under a table in his high school library while a shooter roams the halls.
For details about screening please see the Vancouver Quarantine Performance Project we site at vqpp.ca.
Mostafa Shaker and I, Gerald Williams, worked together while remaining in our respective homes, following social distancing guidelines. Being able to work in this way was a fresh and exciting experience.
Thanks to the Vancouver Quarantine Performance Project for their leadership in helping artists continue to create.
This show is postponed due to coronavirus. Once a new schedule date is confirmed, we will update our information. All submissions we received in the original deadline will continue to be considered. Stay tuned.
Play Series on Masculinity
Women on Men
A series of short plays about Masculinity from the perspective of women (self-identifying)
April 14 - 18, 2020 @ Havana THeatre
Dad plays for the other team
Regina Fringe, Saskatoon Fringe, Edmonton Fringe
More to Come
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
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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.