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Delta Stageworks Theatre Society brings together experienced theatre artists and community-based theatre-makers to present innovative new theatre projects for Delta audiences. Using the theatre art practices of devised theatre, site-specific performance as well as traditional forms of theatre, Delta Stageworks offers a dynamic new vision for theatre experiences in our community. We are a registered non-profit arts organization and our mandate includes a commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion in all that we do.

Delta Stageworks gratefully acknowledges that we live and create on the traditional territories of the Tsawwassen and Musqueam First Nations.

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To Perfection, by Meghan Gardiner, directed by Renee Iaci and proudly presented by Delta Stageworks

Wholesome and hearty. Fresh and frosty…Is it cake? Or is it To Perfection? Gloria, a former celebrity TV chef, played by the inimitable Patti Allan, is reuniting with her estranged grandchild, Alex. The temperature rises when Alex, (CeCe Ludwar), comes out as non-binary and opens a ‘genderational’ divide between them. Can Gloria and Alex find the perfect mix for their family recipe? Or will it all bubble over and explode? To Perfection tackles issues of modern life without the sugar coating, showing us family conflict in a relatable and hilarious way and ensuring audiences discover all the right ingredients for the perfect food-for-thought theatre outing.

Playing at Genesis Theatre in Ladner, BC October 2-6, with a preview on October 1,To Perfection premiered at the Surrey Arts Centre to high praise from audiences and critics for its humour and awareness of the ‘genderational’ divide that families can experience when a young person comes out. Delta Stageworks company member Renee Iaci directs the play developed by shameless hussy productions.

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Delta Stageworks Presents
Then & Now- an online docucomedy shorts web series
available FREE on YouTube

Back in the spring 2020, as the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic went from something happening ‘’over there” somewhere; to something fearfully immediate and visceral in our lives, at Delta Stageworks we started thinking about creating a storytelling theatre piece around these lived experiences in our local community. We invited members of the community to join us in documenting and creatively processing what was happening around us and created a theatre event. We figured that sometime down the road we might all want to reflect back on some of the monumental impacts to our lives the pandemic wrought. 

Flash forward to 2024… working with company member, filmmaker Cliff Caprani, the company has come together again to take a retrospective look at the impacts of two years of lockdown living. In a ‘docucomedy’ digital shorts series that delivers humour and hope, you’ll meet members of the Delta community and the Delta Stageworks creatives who put the original project together. 

See the promo video here: Then & Now 

CLICK HERE to view episodes on YouTube:

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Heirlooms & Baggage (My Mother’s Story) – an new devised theatre show created by Delta Stageworks about the extraordinary lives of five ordinary women is touring! Playing to rave audience reviews in 2023, the show features compelling real life stories of five diverse mothers’ journeys – the unique and universal life moments of their lives – all knit together with personal discoveries made by their story tellers – their grown children. Transformational, thought-provoking and funny, this is theatre that will capture your heart and make you want to discover more about your own mothers’ life story! Featuring company members Camryn Chew, Peg Christopherson, Renee Iaci, Ragini Kapil and Eric Keenleyside with dramaturgy by Marilyn Norry, Set and Projections Design by Christian Ching, Lighting Design by Keagan Elrick and direction by Fran Gebhard.

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