Up Next for Hardline Productions:

REDPATCH


Raes Calvert in Redpatch. Photo by David Cooper, makeup by Abraxas Artistry.

We all bleed red.

Summer 1916, France: World War I is in its second and bloodiest year. Anauk 'Alec' Naapoyei and Jonathan Woodrow, two 'Half-Blood' Blackfoot Indians from the Canadian prairies, arrive on the Wester Front. The world they enter is hell: completely out of place in a foreign land, unwelcome by their fellow soldiers and fighting a foe they have only heard rumours of, the two must utilize their hunting traditions to find and track new prey - the enemy. 


Hardline Productions develops a dynamic new one-man show set in the trenches of World War I.
Don't miss a one-night only staged reading of REDPATCH 
Wednesday September 24th 
8pm at Carousel Theatre Large Studio, 1411 Cartwright St
Admission by Donation


Performed by Raes Calvert
Written by Sean Harris Oliver and Raes Calvert
Directed by Genevieve Fleming


Carousel Theatre is located at 1411 Cartwright St:





WIDE AWAKE HEARTS
by Brendan Gall

Co-Presented with Twenty Something Theatre

Claire Hesselgrave as "D". Photo by David Cooper, makeup by Abraxas Artistry.

LIGHTS. CAMERA. HEARTBREAK.

December 3rd - 20th at Little Mountain Gallery


Four friends - a writer, an actress, an actor, and an editor - stumble through the nightmarish landscape of love and fidelity while trying to make a movie in which art imitates life. 

Directed by Brian Cochrane

Featuring Genevieve Fleming, Claire Hesselgrave, Sean Harris Oliver, and Robert Salvador

Stage Managed by Jay Clift
Set, Costumes, and Props Design by Sabrina Evertt
Publicity and Front of House Management by Angie Descalzi

Directed by Ray Michal Prize recipient Brian Cochrane (Speech & Debate, Home Free!Wide Awake Hearts is a play in which reality and fiction blur in hilarious and heartbreaking ways.  From the companies that brought you Speech & Debate and Of Mice and MenWide Awake Hearts is the first co-production between independent theatre veterans Twenty Something Theatre and Hardline Productions.

Tickets are available from $18 and are on sale now at www.brownpapertickets.com.

Little Mountain Gallery is located at 195 East 26th Ave, Vancouver BC:



Hardline Productions is a Vancouver based theatre and film production company.  We like good stories and are interested in incorporating physical theatre, movement to music, and spectacle in our work.  We love to push boundaries, engage with our audience and collaborate with other artists.  Thanks for visiting our website and feel free to get in touch, we'd love to hear from you.
                                                                                    -The Hardline Team