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The Full Light of Day

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Vancouver Playhouse

600 Hamilton Street

Vancouver, BC V6B 2P1

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A new Film/Theatre Hybrid written by Daniel Brooks and directed by Kim Collier

Set in Canada’s urban financial centres, The Full Light of Day tells the story of a mother who must contend with her husband’s corrupt legacy before she dies.

A provocative film/theatre experiment for the stage which looks at crucial choices facing Canadians today – how to live, love and die in a world in transition. Bold characters, bracing text, wit, and suspense all mix together in this new script by award-winning artist Daniel Brooks. Brooks, celebrated world-wide for his provocative, conceptual, deeply intelligent work, joins forces with Electric Company Theatre founding artist and award-winning director Kim Collier in this new work for Canadian stages and beyond.

A brilliant team of Canadian artists have come together around this new work, and The Full Light of Day is the largest and most ambitious project in Electric Company Theatre history.

CREATIVE TEAM
Writer: Daniel Brooks
Director/Dramaturg: Kim Collier
Dramaturg: Kevin Kerr
VR Filmmaker: Kevin Kerr
Lighting Design: Michael Walton
Set Design: Julie Fox
Original Compositions: Peter Allen
Director of Photography and Projection Design: Brian Johnson
Projection Design: Jamie Nesbitt
Costume Design: Nancy Bryant
Sound Design: Brian Linds
Production Manager: Nicole Lamb
Technical Director: Craig Alfredson
Stage Manager: Louise Currie
Assistant Stage Manager: Peter Jotkus
Apprentice Stage Manager: Melanie Thompson
Assistant to the Director: Ariel Martz-Oberlander
Featuring: Jim Mezon, Gabrielle Rose, Jillian Fargey, Dean Paul Gibson, John Ng, Jenny Young, Jonathon Young, Henry Bolan, Nita Bowerman, Carlen Escarraga, William Ford Hopkins, and Stephanie Wong.


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