Red Phone Project

Boca Del Lupo
Red Phone Project
  • Dates: May 15, 2018 - May 19, 2018
  • Location: Intrepid Theatre Club
  • Door price: FREE
  • Duration: 10 minute encounters
  • Genre: Various
  • Country: Vancouver

Red Phone is a FREE, one-of-a-kind performance where anyone can engage in some of the most urgent, touching and uplifting conversations that prominent Canadian writers think we should all be having.

Part theatre and part social intervention, this audience-to-audience performance uses the intimacy of a phone call and the technology of a teleprompter to introduce strangers to each other. Two audience members are guided through a conversation about life, art and their surroundings. The experience takes place between two beautifully-crafted, fully enclosed phone booths outfitted with a curly corded red phone.

Audience info:
As only two audience members can be accommodated at a time, please note you may expect a short wait for your turn. Each conversation is approximately 5 – 10 minutes. No advance sign-up required, just arrive anytime between Red Phone’s hours of operations. Free!

Hours of Operations:
Wednesday May 16, 4:30pm-7:30pm & 8:45pm-9:45pm
Thursday May 17, 4:30pm-6:30pm, 7:00pm-9:00pm & 10:15-11:15pm
Friday May 18, 4:30pm-9:00pm & 10:15pm-11:15pm
Saturday May 19, 4:30pm-6:30pm & 7:10-11:30pm

Concept By Sherry J Yoon
Designed By Jay Dodge
Technology By Carey Dodge
With Scripts By Yvette Nolan, Karen Hines, Tara Beagan, Sharon Thesen, Hiro Kanagawa, Marcus Youssef, Ivan Coyote, Leanna Brodie, Shawn Macdonald, Jay Dodge, and Sherry Yoon

This project has been generously supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council, City of Vancouver


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