Gramma by Maki Yi

Date/Time
Date(s) - January 23, 2020 - February 1, 2020
All Day

Location
Pacific Theatre

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Korean-born Maki is excited to begin her new life in a Regina basement suite, but her elderly landlady seems determined to treat her as nothing more than a servant. Playwright and actor of Suitcase Stories Maki Yi returns to Pacific Theatre with a poetic new tale of human connection in the loneliest of circumstances.

What does it mean to connect?

“Maki Yi is a delightful storyteller.” – Vancouver Presents

Directed by Laura McLean.

Featuring Maki Yi.

ADVISORY INFORMATION: Not every Pacific Theatre show is right for everyone, and some may include language or other content that may be considered offensive. We are happy to help patrons find the shows that are right for them. If you have concerns, please contact our box office at 604-731-5518 or tickets@pacifictheatre.org.

Korean-born Maki is excited to begin her new life in a Regina basement suite, but her elderly landlady seems determined to treat her as nothing more than a servant. Playwright and actor of Suitcase Stories Maki Yi returns to Pacific Theatre with a poetic new tale of human connection in the loneliest of circumstances.

What does it mean to connect?

“Maki Yi is a delightful storyteller.” – Vancouver Presents

Directed by Laura McLean.

Featuring Maki Yi.

ADVISORY INFORMATION: Not every Pacific Theatre show is right for everyone, and some may include language or other content that may be considered offensive. We are happy to help patrons find the shows that are right for them. If you have concerns, please contact our box office at 604-731-5518 or tickets@pacifictheatre.org

http://pacifictheatre.org/season/2019-2020-season/mainstage/gramma

1 comment for “Gramma by Maki Yi

  1. Peter McLaren
    February 2, 2020 at 6:01 pm

    We saw the final show at the Pacific Theatre last evening an it was AMAZING!!

    I have had the experience of helping a few old friends make arrangement for paid full-time home care, and Maki’s story provided so many memories of those situations where the elder patient made the demands depicted and many more. My heart went out to Maki as we all realized this was her final performance and it was clear how much of her heart was left on stage.

    Thank you so much for presenting this story – it very much needs a wide audience.

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