Theatre Thursday: Twenty Something Theatre

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I am proud to once again be the Social Media Sponsor of the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (the Jessies) and as such, I will be featuring a local theatre company every Thursday.

Jessie Awards 2012

The Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards are an annual awards ceremony and party produced by the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award Society to celebrate and promote the outstanding achievements of the Vancouver Professional Theatre Community. The Awards have been presented since 1982, originally by the Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance, taken over in 1997 by the newly formed Society. Over 35 statues are awarded each year to outstanding theatre companies and artists.

These profiles contain basic information about each company, as supplied by their team, and a list of their upcoming productions that you can check out in the coming season. Today’s feature company is: Twenty Something Theatre:

Bomb-itty of Errors
Niko Koupantsis, Jameson Parker, David Kaye & Brian Cochrane. The Bomb-itty of Errors. Photography by Candace Albach.

Twenty Something Theatre

Date Established: 2006
First Play ProducedThis is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan
Total number of plays/events produced: 12 productions over 7 seasons
Founder and Artistic Producer: Sabrina Evertt
Artistic Director: Sabrina Evertt
Associate Artistic Producer: Brian Cochrane

Mission Statement

Twenty Something Theatre is a Vancouver based award-winning, independent theatre company dedicated to producing contemporary theatre that is provocative, edgy and relevant to today’s young people. 

Just Played

World Premiere of Us & Everything We Own by Sean Minogue

Special Moment for the Company

The company’s co-production of the Jessie award-winning The Bomb-itty of Errors will be re-mounted as part of the Arts Club Theatre’s upcoming 50th Anniversary.


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