Written by: Marie Clements
Length: 100 min.Burning Vision unmasks both the great lies of the imperialist power-elite and the seemingly small rationalizations and accommodations people of all cultures construct to make their personal circumstances yield the greatest benefit to themselves for the least amount of effort or change on their part.
Written by: Joanna McClelland Glass
Length: 120 min.An examination of the decline and fall of Cam MacMillan, a prairie salesman who considers himself a Canadian “aristocrat”. When he is chosen as the scapegoat during a World War II gas-ration scandal, he is unable to pick up the pieces of his shattered life. We watch the effects of...
Written by: Joanne Miller
Length: 105 min.“When a human skeleton is found in the wall of the United Baptist Church, Sister Vivian Salter is called in to unravel the mystery. As she coaxes the town to give up its secrets, she butts heads with the local officer, nursing staff, farmhands, and an eccentric mute who claims...
Written by: Erin Shields
Length: 90 min.“Erin Shields’ award-winning play is a shocking, uncompromising examination of the horrors of war, giving voice to a woman long ago forced into silence, and placing a spotlight on millions of female victims who have been silenced through violence, delivered through the lens of Greek tragedy.” (From the CPO Website)
Written by: Bet O'Toole
Length: 85 min.“Lily’s Song is a loving tribute to the author’s mother, who was struck with Alzheimer’s late in life. The play opens with Lily downstage right in a nursing home, and the character of her Memory takes the stage and addresses the audience. She tells them that although Lily has forgotten...