Adam Lolacher, Julie McIsaac

Coming off an award-winning 2012 season with The Bomb-itty of Errors, Twenty Something Theatre is back with another inspiring theatre season. Sean Minogue’s Us & Everything We Own will kick off the 2013 season as a world premiere.

Minogue is well known for having brought and premiered Prodigals to Vancouver theatre lovers as the company’s first original production. Us & Everything We Own centers around a young couple whose hunger for home ownership and meaningful careers threatens to destroy their relationship. Seems like a perfect fit for Vancouver!

Directed by Artistic Producer Sabrina Evertt, this new work features local actors Adam Lolacher (Christmas Carol), Julie McIsaac (Hamlet, Honest Fishmonger’s), Genevieve Fleming (Death of A Salesman) and Jason Clift (Zombie Syndrome).

Adam Lolacher, Julie McIsaac

Twenty Something Theatre is a Vancouver-based award-winning, independent theatre company dedicated to producing edgy, relevant, and provocative contemporary theatre. The company is committed to providing Vancouver’s next generation of emerging artists and young professionals with opportunities to hone their craft while entertaining Vancouver’s theatre community with productions that capture the lives of today’s young people.
Currently in its 8th season, Twenty Something Theatre has featured some of the city’s best up-and-coming artists in such highly acclaimed works as Tough! by George F. Walker, Nocturne by Adam Rapp, Blue Surge by Rebecca Gilman, Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love by Brad Fraser, Suburbia by Eric Bogosian, The Fever by Wallace Shawn, The Shape of Things by Neil Labute and This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan.

Us & Everything We Own
Dates: April 5 to 13, Tuesday to Sunday, 8 pm; April 4 preview, 8 pm (tickets only $12)
Special shows and pricing on Tuesday, April 9, 8 pm: 2-for-1 with post show talkback, and Saturday, April 13, 2 pm: 2-for-1 matinee
Venue: PAL Studio Theatre, 581 Cardero Street, Vancouver
Tickets: $12 to $22, available through Brown Paper Tickets

Photos by David Cooper.

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