Rachel and Irving live in the same building, ride the same elevator, take the same buses, and shop at the same stores. Still they are strangers. Then one day, something changes. Dark, quirky and sweet, this romantic comedy explores the isolation and absurdity of modern life. Inspired by silent film, puppetry, and Wile E. Cotoye and Roadrunner.
Directed by Keltie Forsyth
Featuring: Alexander Forsyth and Joylyn Secunda
Lighting and Sound Design: Lester Lee
Developmental Dramaturges: Ellen Chorley and Brian Dooley
Thursday, September 7 – 8:20pm ***HALF PRICE SHOW***
Saturday, September 9 – 1:00pm
Sunday, September 10 – 10:00pm
Tuesday, September 12 – 5:15pm
Saturday, September 16 – 6:30pm
Sunday, September 17 – 3:45pm
Venue: Studio 16 - 1555 W 7th Ave
7 Ways to Die was first performed in Winnipeg in 2012. Since then, it has toured to Edmonton, Swift Current and now, Vancouver.
Alexander is exhibited a selection of recent spray paint works alongside pieces by Shelley Rothenburger and Lena Tan at The Cultch Gallery (1895 Venables) from May 30 - June 24.
Originals and prints are available to order.
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K.I.A. Productions has been in existence since its inaugural production of company founder Alexander Forsyth's one-act E Nomini Sancti at the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival in August of 2005.
Based in the Vancouver arts community, K.I.A. has a focus on performing arts - from theatre and film to movement and music - but also branches into painting, digital media, sculpture, and installation. K.I.A. is currently under the artistic leadership of Co-Artistic Directors Keltie Forsyth and Alexander Forsyth.
7 Ways to Die, a love story (2012)