Anna meets people on the worst day of their lives.
As a paramedic working in Toronto, her daily experience is life or death and every call she receives is an emergency. But as the distinction between professional trauma and personal tragedy becomes blurred, Anna suddenly finds herself fighting for her own life. Originally produced by Outside the March in 2014. Theatre Born Between presents selections from Rosamund Small’s "Vitals."
Featuring Lauren Wolanski
Written by Rosamund Small
Directed by Bryn Kennedy
Stage Manager: Julie Foster
Image Photography and Design: John Wamsley
Paprika Mentor: Clare Preuss
May 15 @ 7pm...
May 19 @ 3pm
Presented as a double bill with "Fragments" and "Mama Loves Her Pie". The running time of each double bill is 75 minutes.
Sections from Rosamund Smalls' "Vitals" contains mentions of sexual assault, detailed descriptions of violence and suicide, strong language.
Special thanks to Nightwood Theatre, Riverdale Homeopathy and the Big Carrot for their generous support.
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased here: paprikafestival.com/festival-2018/tickets/
Part of the 17th Paprika Festival
May 14 — 20, 2018
In partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts
At the Aki Studio Theatre
585 Dundas Street East
THE DIRECTORS LAB
The Director’s Lab is a streamlined program for emerging directors with the supported guidance of a mentor and a partnership organization. Each director participates in three masterclasses with a professional director and stages a workshop performance of a work in-development at the Festival.
THE PAPRIKA FESTIVAL
Paprika is a youth-led professional performing arts organization that runs year- round professional training and mentorship programs culminating in a festival of new work by young artists, featuring 20+ productions that draw over 900 people over 7 days each year.
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