Touchstone Theatre and Alley Theatre Present...
Inheritance: a pick-the-path experience
By Daniel Arnold, Darrell Dennis, and Medina Hahn
March 3–March 15, 2020
A remote property is up for grabs. Three characters race to claim it. You—the audience—decide how it unfolds.
Set on a vast, rural estate, urban couple Abbey and Noah are on a week-long getaway to visit her father. When they arrive, they find him missing and a local Indigenous man, Frank, staying there instead. When it’s revealed that the colonial rights to the entire property are up for grabs, the audience—with electronic voting devices in hand—decides what happens next and who, if anyone, will be the rightful inheritor of this unceded land.
A daring, interactive play like nothing you’ve experienced, Inheritance puts the power in the palms of its audiences; giving them both the freedom and the responsibility to choose the action of the play. At key moments, the play is halted, multiple plot choices are projected on screen, and the audience picks the path the play takes next, ultimately deciding its outcome.
Co-Produced by Touchstone Theatre and Alley Theatre
In association with Vancouver Moving Theatre and community partnership with the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre
Approx. 2 hours, including intermission
Audience age 13+. After every performance there will be a professionally facilitated audience discussion. An emotional support worker will be present at all times.
ASL performance on Friday, May 13
Director: Herbie Barnes; Written & Performed by: Daniel Arnold, Darrell Dennis, and Medina Hahn; Production Manager & Technical Director: Andrew Pye; Stage Manager: Yvonne Yip; Apprentice Stage Manager: Diana Bartosh; Projection Designer: Yvonne Wallace; Projection Design Facilitation and Implementation: Sammy Chien/Chimerik 似不像; Sound Designer: Mary Jane Paquette; Set Designer: Lauchlin Johnston; Props Designer: Bill Beauregarde; Lighting Designer: Jill White; Costume Designer: Carmen Thompson; Secwepemc creative advisors: Mayuk Manuel and Percy Casper
All prices include taxes and a $2 donation to the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre
Choose-your-own ticket price! The show is General Admission, but you have the power to choose the price that’s most accessible to you. Higher prices help cover the extensive amount of work that goes into creating a choose-your-adventure play—which needs double the average rehearsal time.