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“The work we do should always, in some way, involve community.” Theatre SKAM Celebrates Our Twenty-Seventh birthday.
The summer of 1994 was rather mild, temperature wise. October rolled on the heels of a warm September, carrying something exciting and new with it. In October 1994, Theatre SKAM began to form in the minds of our original SKAM artists when Amiel Gladstone asked Matthew...
The Lighting Design featured in the above photo is by Logan Swain Kelby [he/him] has performed across Canada and abroad with leading musicians from North America & Europe. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Percussion Performance from UVic and has trained...
Christian Martin (he/him) started work on It’ll Come To Me by a lot of coaxing from Matthew Payne. He’d ask me if he had anything. He replied, “it’ll come to me”. Hence the title of the play. Over time and many changes later, here it is. This version is the director’s...
During Participatory Budgeting, the City of Victoria opens up a voting process to let the public help decide how to invest $50,000 to support community projects that enhance neighbourhood spaces in Victoria. This year, SKAM is excited to have a project in the mix -...
A favourite of Theatre SKAM, Anna Marie Anderson is back as our fabulous director for SYC’s newest play The Fates. With tickets nearly sold out and excitement at a high, we asked Anna Marie some questions about working as a director.
Theatre SKAM is ecstatic to welcome Ellery back this year after working with her play Backliners in 2020. In anticipation of this play beginning to come to life with rehearsals this week, we asked Ellery some questions to gain some insight into her writing process.
To learn more about Paula’s theatre interests and her plans for the Pop-Up Theatre this summer, we asked her a few questions.
Congratulations to Nicholas Guerreiro, whose play, End of Term, was chosen as the Youth-Category-Play for SKAMpede by our special Teen Selection Committee! This summer’s SKAMpede audience will see this comedic piece performed by SYC teens.
SUBMISSIONS NOW CLOSED
Theatre SKAM is looking for:
-proposals for a play to be performed by our SKAM Young Company at the SKAMpede performance festival this summer
-youth ages 15-22 to be on a Selection Committee
-youth ages 15-19 who want to make up the SKAM Young Company
Meet Hannah and find out what the new Artistic and Community Liaison position is all about.