The Pipeline Project
By Kevin Loring
Peak oil, First Nations land claims, and climate change are all explored with humour and empathy in this timely, personal account of the ongoing battles over pipelines. The Pipeline Project brings three people together – two Indigenous and one white – to confront prejudices, while wrestling with their own fossil fuel dependency, cultural heritage and first world privilege.
A provocative yet comedic take on the political conflicts surrounding Canada’s oil industry.
WINNER | Outstanding Sound Design, Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (2017)
NOMINEE | 5 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards (2017)
Savage Society and ITSAZOO Productions
Neworld Theatre with assistance from PTC
CREATED AND PERFORMED BY
Sebastien Archibald, Kevin Loring and Quelemia Sparrow
Chelsea is an award-winning director and Co-Artistic Producer and founder of ITSAZOO Productions as well as Associate Artistic Director with Neworld Theatre. Chelsea holds an MFA in directing from UBC.
LIGHTING & PROJECTION DESIGNER
ASSISTANT SOUND DESIGNER
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Tai Amy Grauman
APPRENTICE STAGE MANAGER
Kevin is a member of the Nlaka’pamux Nation from the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia. He is is an award winning Actor, Playwright and Producer, an award winning documentarian, and the Artistic Director of the new Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre.
Quelemia is an award-winning First Nations actor and writer from the Musqueam Nation. She recently participated in the Stratford Writer’s Retreat and appeared in Stratford’s 2017 season.
Sebastien Archibald is a Jessie nominated actor and award winning playwright. He has been Co-Artistic Producer of ITSAZOO Productions since he joined the company in 2006.
… offers an encyclopedic array of arguments, cleverly and vividly theatricalized.
- Jerry Wasserman, The Vancouver Sun
Intelligently directed and beautifully staged … there is passion and commitment in this show.
- Jo Ledingham, On The Scene
… A sincere invitation to a dialogue … Haberlin’s direction is a textural feast.
- Colin Thomas, colinthomas.ca