MacBethie June 12
Two Feet and a Heartbeat May 25 & June 12
*Tickets for the Vancouver benefit showing of The Vagina Monologues are available at Beckwoman’s, 1314 Commercial Drive & 2651 E Hastings; also at Biz Books, 302 W Cordova St-$15 for the Wise Hall production, 1892 Adanac Street/8 PM Saturday March 27-tickets and doors open at 7 PM.
*Tickets for the Sunday, March 28th production are available at the Massey Ticket Centre at 6 PM for the 7 PM show or in advance at www.masseytheatre.com
$18 (plus service charge)
*See Memory March page and join us before the Sunday show!
Two Feet and a Heartbeat has been cast. Shows at the Theatre BC Zone Festival May 25, Surrey and June 12/FACE. Vancouver TBA in the Fall; Nigel Vonas, Jovana Golubovic, Kaitlyn Ross, Nancy Guitar, Ruby McMillen, Raven Candow/stage manager-Lionel Candow.
Gwynne Hunt Directing, David Ambrose Hunt/Assistant Director. Dave Hunt Sr/set designer.
Audition January 30, in Abbotsford for The Vagina Monologues at the Kariton Gallery on Ware Street. Call for an audition time. The benefit showing will be Saturday, Febraury 27 at Matsqui Centennial Auditorium.
Call Gwynne 1-604-859-2407 or email email@example.com
Auditions for The two vancouver show March 27, 27 and the New Westminster show March 28 will be held March 6 in New Westminster. Call to audition.
The Vancouver show is at the Wise Hall, 1882 Adanac Street, Saturday March 27th at 8 PM with two new dates to be announced soon!
Saturday, June 12th will bring one more Festival of Artistic and Creative Expression at MCA, Abbotsford. The theme this year is, ‘a festival of one-acts, monologues and solos’
Join our junior actors at the Tuning Into Our Teens Conference Saturday October 17th in Langley at RD Stafford Middle School as part of this Langley Soroptomist’s Clubs event. Our performance of three skits will be at 2:40 PM with the theme of Safety First. Contact us for more info on this free -to- teens event. firstname.lastname@example.org
The Penny-a-Line Players sprang from a need to find actors to perform in Gwynne’s plays. A small group of thespians make up the Players and they have gone on to do other works . . . murder mysteries, dinner theatre, renaissance skits, monologues, poetry readings, slams, rants and full stage performances.
Directed by David Hunt & Gwynne Hunt
In 2009, Hunt’s new play Love & Rage and two of her children’s shows, Seein’ Things and Summer in the City were performed at F.A.C.E.; June 12, 13 at MCA, Abbotsford to appreciative and enthusiastic audiences.
The Penny-a-Line Players were proud to take on the works of an out of town playwrite; Beth Hudson who wrote the book Snowbodies, and trusted us with her new script, Unwanted Dead or Alive.
Ask us about enrolling your child in the 2009 event Creative Art Play, starting October 7th in Abbotsford. Twelve-week sessions for children ages 7-14 including a production of Hunt’s new play, The Wonderful Miracle of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Contact us for an audition time-costs on a sliding-scale.
In 2005, Hunt’s one-act Mudflaps was made into a film by the same name starring Kristen McMillen, Tammy Carr, Debbie Cameron, Joy Roberts, Alana Gosling, Diana Brown, Barb Dadswell. Mudflaps was officially selected to be shown in Los Angeles during Sept. 22-29, 2005 as part of the New York Independent Film & Video Festival.
Written and produced by Gwynne Hunt-directed by David Hunt.
About Breadlines, Glen Kask, Fraser Valley Record, writes . . .
‘the audience takes it’s chances (on an unjuried festival) and sometimes it finds a gem like Breadlines . . . it is a play that deserves to be seen by a wider audience’
Flokstra from the Times writes,
‘the pick of the Fringe is Breadlines written by Gwynne Hunt’
Charito Gailling from the Women’s Resource Centre of the Fraser Valley writes,
‘we must thank Gwynne Hunt and David Hunt for directing the Vagina Monologues and for their considerable energy they put into casting auditions, back stage work, organizing and just for being who they are’
March 2003, Penny-a-Line Players raised $2,500 for the Abbotsford Transition House
Mia Thomas from the Times,
‘the best came last, Maynard’s Beatnik & Bongo Bar was the place to hang out’
From the Harrison Festival of the Arts,
‘it was a well-thought out presentation, thought-provoking and important to the work we do’
(about Brusies and Bad Haircuts, a multi-sensory performance with poet Gwynne Hunt and artist Laurie Irwin)