It’s the spring of 1989, and there are whispers of a party. It’s in an apartment on the east side of town. If you know, you know. If you don’t know, well…now you do. But be sure to keep it to yourself. You never know who’s listening.

Theatre Yes is excited to be partner with Edmonton’s Found Festival on a workshop production of this new play by Edmonton’s Bevin Dooley July 4-7 in Edmonton. The presentation is the culmination of Bevin’s time as the Common Ground Arts Society’s Fresh AiR Artist-In-Residence.

It’s the spring of 1989, and there are whispers of a party. It’s in an apartment on the east side of town. If you know, you know. If you don’t know, well…now you do. But be sure to keep it to yourself. You never know who’s listening.

You never know who might turn up uninvited…

Set during the final year of Nicolae Ceausescu’s Communist regime in Romania, IN CAMERA is an immersive drama, inspired by historic events. It explores the power that lies in our families, in our communities, in resistance, and in a humble VHS cassette.

IN CAMERA‘s production at Found Festival 2019 is a first stop on the journey of artistic development for the piece. Immersive events are our jam. We’re looking forward to playing with Bevin and the gang on the development of an exciting new piece of theatre.

About Bevin:

Bevin Dooley is a Sterling Award-nominated playwright and dramaturg. She holds both a Bachelor of Arts in Drama from the University of Alberta and a Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting from The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art/Trinity College Dublin. Her work has been presented at the SkirtsAfire Festival, the Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival, the Serca Festival of Irish Theatre, Script Salon, and the Tiger Dublin Fringe Theatre Festival. Bevin is a past member of the RBC Emerging Artists Mentorship Program at Alberta Playwrights’ Network and of the Citadel Theatre Playwrights’ Forum, and is currently a Playwright-In-Development at Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre. In addition to her work as a playwright, Bevin also works as a dramaturg, and has assisted in the development of new plays through the University of Alberta’s New Works Festival, Alberta Playwrights’ Network, and Alberta Musical Theatre Company (previously Alberta Opera Touring Association).