PLEASE NOTE: This performance features non-toxic haze and simulated gunfire.
The Firehall’s 2021-22 Reunion Season closes with the presentation of its production Yellow Fever from May 28 to June 12.
Performance Times: Tuesday-Saturday, 7:30pm | Saturday & Sunday, 3:00pm | Wednesday, 1:00pm (PWYC)
Running Time: Yellow Fever runs roughly 2 hours, inclusive of an intermission.
Opening Night: Wednesday, June 1 at 7:30pm
Previews: May 28 at 7:30pm | May 29 at 3:00pm | June 1 at 1:00pm
Yellow Fever is an award-winning comic mystery by R.A. Shiomi that follows hard-nosed private eye ‘Sam Shikaze’ as he investigates the disappearance of the mysterious ‘Cherry Blossom Queen’. Set on post-war Powell Street, Yellow Fever deftly navigates complex threads of political intrigue, racism, and police corruption with a sharp wit and fast-paced dialogue. A cornerstone in the Japanese-Canadian theatre canon, this is the first time in over 30 years that Yellow Fever will be presented in the Powell Street area where it is set. This special production will mount Yellow Fever in the style of a radio play.
Credits for Yellow Fever:
Director: Donna Spencer
Associate Director: Raugi Yu
Performers: Hiro Kanagawa, Craig Erickson, Yukari Komatsu, Henry Mah, Jay Ono, Evan Rein, Agnes Tong, & Raugi Yu
Stage Manager: Caryn Fehr
Apprentice Stage Manager: Evan Ren
Set & Lighting Design: Lauchlin Johnston
Costumes: Stephanie Robicheau
Sound Design: Evan Rein