In Development


Currently in Development

She Carries Me Again

Written by Lauren Brotman

She Carries Me Again is a collision of the real and the extraordinary, fusing literal naturalism with a poetically lyrical form.


It is a story about an estranged mother and daughter, who find themselves trapped in an over-extended health care system together. The story follows Nina whose ill body makes her mind follow suit, and her mother Jenny whose ill mind makes her body follow suit.


As they struggle through, confront, and ultimately transcend their mental and physical imprisonment and the tragic effects this has had on their lives, mother and daughter, begin to understand one another, propelling them into the discovery that the devastating experiences they share will ultimately allow them to heal together.


Currently in Development

Painting the Streets

Created and performed by

Lauren Brotman and Amy Blanding

Beth and Ally are two women with distinctly different world views and life stories; by a twist of fate, their paths begin to merge as each seeks to make a new life for herself in British Columbia. As observers of this narrative, we become privy to their complicated and confusing internal dialogue, as both women begin to question their assumptions about the world. Subtle, humorous, and achingly raw, ‘Painting the Streets’ attempts to capture the multifaceted, colourful, and complex nature of humanity as we struggle to live, contribute, and evolve.