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Plays - Written and Performed

Fraser, P. (2003) The Maharaja’s Daughter, produced by Urban Crawl

*Awarded Vancouver Jesse Award for best music small theatre category 2004

*Performed in “Through the Eye of a Needle” Women’s Textile Exhibit, Gujarat, India with Museum of Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Leaky Heaven Company (2001) Conference of the Birds, Chan Centre for the Performing Arts & Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser P. & Salverson, J. (2000) Boom, International Plays for Young Audiences II, Roger Ellis Ed., Meriwether Publishing/Contemporary Drama Service; Colorado Springs, CO, USA

*Commissioned by International Committee for the Red Cross, produced by Flying Blind Theatre Events, Toronto, Ontario.

International tours, Thailand, United States, 2003

 

Fraser, P. (English translation) (2000) The Star Wife, produced by the Little Salmon First Nation Language and Drama Project, property of the Little Salmon Carmacks First Nation, Yukon.

 

Fraser, P. (2000) Treemendous Journey (story), produced by Mortal Coil Performance Society, Vancouver, B.C.  *International tour for young audiences

 

Fraser, P. & Leaky Heaven Company (2000) Typhoon, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P. & Leaky Heaven Company, Leaky Heaven Circus, Vancouver East Cultural Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P., Hill, S. & Tait, J., The Aids Informer, produced by World Aids Group, Vancouver, B.C. *this production toured British Columbia High Schools for four consecutive years.

 

Fraser, P. Hill, S. & Tait, J., A Change of Heart, produced by Hospital Employees Union of B.C., Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P. & Diamond, D. This is My Life. produced by Headlines Theatre, Waterfront Theatre, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Fraser, P. & Porteous, W. Joe’s Café, produced by Arts Club Theatre, Vancouver, B.C.

Nominated Vancouver Jesse award, best original musical, best script small theatre.

 

Applied Theatre Workshops and Performance Events (Facilitated or Directed)

What’s at Risk? 8th Annual British Columbia Aids Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

 

International Community Development Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

 

World Aids Youth Community Forum with Youthco Aids Society.

 

World Aids Conference, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter Victor Porter.

 

Symposium on Youth, Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Vancouver, B.C.

co-presenters Britannia Secondary Students.

 

Youth Conference, United Nations Conference on the Rights of the Child. Victoria, B.C.

 

Parents and Educators, 8th Annual British Columbia Conference on Aids and HIV, Vancouver, B.C. co-presenter Victor Porter.

 

Arrivals and Encounters. Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Vancouver, B.C. co-created with urban First Nations youth.

 

“Not Just Nine to Five”, Women in View Festival, Vancouver, B.C.

co-presenters C.U.P.E. Health and Safety Project & Headlines Theatre

 

“ Self Advocacy Theatre Forum”.  Provincial Conference for the Mentally Handicapped of British Columbian, Harrison, B.C. co-presented with members British Columbians for the Mentally Handicapped & Headlines Theatre.

 

Native Youth and the Justice System, sponsored by Native Legal Services, Vancouver City College, Vancouver, B.C. and Headlines Theatre.

 

“Real Men Don’t Buy Kids” sponsored B.C. Social Services, co-created with street involved youth, produced by Headlines Theatre and Arts Club Theatre.

 

Project Literacy, sponsored by Adult Basic Education, Vancouver City College, co-created by adult learners, produced by Headlines Theatre Vancouver, B.C.

 

Teen Moms, sponsored by Tupper Mini School/YWCA Teen Mothers Program, co-created with student teen mothers, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Street Kids and Aids, sponsored by The Red Cross, co-created with street involved youth, produced by Headlines Theatre, Vancouver B.C.

Applied Theatre Instruction and Facilitation

First Native and Non Native Youth Gathering, with the United Church of Canada (Social Justice Committee), Kitamaat Village, B.C.

 

Community Development Institute of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

 

The Justice Institute of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.

 

University of British Columbia School of Social Work, Vancouver, B.C.

 

YWCA, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Vancouver/Richmond Health Board, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Social Planning and Research Council of British Columbia

 

Youthco Aids Society, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Youth Action Centre, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Boundary Health Unit, Surrey, B.C.

 

Hospital Employees Union of B.C.

 

Native Legal Services, Vancouver City College, Langara Campus, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Radio Drama

 CBC National Radio Written & Performed by P. Fraser & W. Porteous

 

The Southern Cross, Radio Drama FM

 

Union Town; the story of Ginger Goodwin, Morningside Drama

 

Festival Road, Brand X, CBC Radio

 

Ancient Highways, Morningside Drama

 

On Leaving Joe’s, Morningside Drama

 

Driving ‘cross the Prairies, Primetime