The Hunger Moon: An Evening of Short Plays
Mar 20 & 21, 2021

March 20 & 21 – 7:00 pm |  Livestream only*

*Stay tuned for news about live attendance performances if Public Health Orders are lifted.

Livestream Tickets via Side Door Access


The Hunger Moon: An Evening of Short Plays
Presented by The Ordinary Productions in association with the PHT Creative Hub Co-op

The Hunger Moon is evening of four unique, one-act plays from writers across North America, featuring an intergenerational cast of six performers live on stage. Over the course of 90 minutes, audiences will meet characters working to regain control of their personal narratives, confront and explore the significance and connection found in communal storytelling and how those stories continue to bind us together, even when we are kept apart.

Performances will be livestreamed in real-time.


The Barely Wives Club by Sarah Segal-Lazar*

Hashtag Jones by Olivia Matthews

too close to the sun by Kullen Burnet

Old Wives’ Tail by John Busser

*with permission from The Playwrights Guild of Canada.
Creative Team

Kullen Burnet – Playwright – too close to the sun

John Busser – Playwright – Old Wives’ Tail 

Larisse Campbell – Director/Producer 

Jordan Dowler-Coltman – Projection & Lighting Designer 

Brian Hinson – Performer – “Hades” & “Grandpa”

Nikita Inniss-Boston – Performer – “Eurydice” & “Activist” 

Kalayna Kozak – Performer – “Cassie” & “Remembrance 

Olivia Matthews – Playwright – Hashtag Jones

Chantal M. Marie – Performer – “Juliet” & “Brenda”  

Ricardo Pequenino – Performer “Kato” & “Jamal Jones”/Sound Designer 

Sarah Segal-Lazar – Playwright –The Barely Wives Club 

Kenneth Tynan – Performer – “August” & “Commentator” 

About The Ordinary Productions

The Ordinary Productions is an urban theatre company, creating and living on the unceded, ancestral, and occupied, traditional lands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Watuth), and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) Nations of the Coast Salish peoples. Theatre is our meeting place. We value innovative, accessible, and socially-conscious theatre that reflects our diverse community. We prioritize new works, female (identifying) stories and intergenerational stories. At the heart of our work is a challenge to our audiences; to join us in unearthing the magic that can be found in life’s most ordinary moments, as we use theatre to acknowledge and reflect that which connects us.

Produced with the cooperation of the Union of B.C. Performers and Canadian Actors' Equity Association.
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