All plays by Kelley Jo Burke are available for purchase from the author. Contact kelley.jo@sasktel.net

The Lucky Ones

 

The Lucky Ones is currently playing at Dancing Sky Theatre--contact for tickets times--meals are sold out. 

Ducks on the Moon: A Parent Meets Autism

 

Ducks on the Moon: Recent performances include shows in Regina and  Saskatoon, notably the Hayloft in Saskatoon, November 15, 2011, with special guest Peter Katz. Tentative date in Whitehorse in the early summer 2012.  It has played around Western Canada, including 2009/10 dates at the University of Brandon, Victoria's UNO festival of solo performance, Sunset Theatre in Wells, BC. Dancing Sky theatre in Saskatoon, the McKenzie Art Gallery in Regina, Prince Albert, Swift Current. North Battleford, and other locations in Regina. A Curtain Razors production, Michele Sereda, director. 

Formerly working titled Special - Premiere, Curtain Razors, Regina Sept. 2009, tour to Meacham, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Yorkton and Swift  Current.  Michele Sereda, director.  Workshop performance January 2009, University of Regina.

To inquire about rates or book a performance, email Kelley.Jo@sasktel.net.

Ducks on the Moon: A Parent Meets Autism is available through the publisher, or most on-line booksellers in Canada. 


The Selkie Wife - Premiere, Dancing Sky Theatre, April/May 2008.  Angus Ferguson, director. Most recent production Fly By Night Theatre, Toronto, summer 2010. Published by Scirocco Drama, April 2009. The Selkie Wife is sold out, except for a few copies for sale from the author. Contact Kelley.Jo@sasktel.net

 

Jane’s Thumb  - Upcoming production Fly By Night Theatre, spring 2012.  Saskatoon Fringe, August, 2003, with Thumbco., Kathryn Bracht, director. Radio adaptation by Kelley Jo Burke produced for CBC Saskatchewan, October 1997. Rachel van Fossen, director/producer.

In the anthology Two Hands Clapping, available from the publisher or most on-line Canadian booksellers.

 

Comfort and Joy - staged reading, Saskatchewan Festival of New Plays, May 2000, Mary Vingo, director.

 

Big Ocean - radio play, CBC’s Showcase, and in New Zealand, Australia, Britain, U.S. and around the world on shortwave, for the International Festival of Radio Plays, 2000.  Kathleen Flaherty, director/producer.

 

Virtual.luv - radio play, CBC’s Showcase, October 1998. Kathleen Flaherty, director/producer.

 

 

Crack! -  radio play for CBC's Studio 96, January 1996.  Kathleen Flaherty, director/producer.


Had a Great Fall - radio play, CBC Radio Saskatchewan's Ambience, March 1995.  Wayne Schmalz, director/producer.

 

Charming and Rose: True Love - premiere produced by Nightwood Theatre, Toronto, October 12 to 31, 1993.  Kate Lushington, director. (Now produced over thirty times in Canada, the U.S. and Europe.)  Fringe production by Boomer Co, 1992. Kelley Handerek director.

Charming and Rose: True Love, published in the anthology Prerogatives (Blizzard) is available from the author. Contact kelley.jo@sasktel.net

 

Playing the Game -  staged reading, 1993 Saskatchewan Festival of New Plays, Saskatchewan Playwrights' Centre, Roy Surette, director, D.D. Kugler, dramaturge.

 

Fetal Assessment - radio play, CBC Radio Saskatchewan'a Ambience, 1992.  Wayne Schmaltz, director.  Staged reading as part of Studio-Z's internet workshop program with Texas Tech theatre department, TaShawna Thomas, director, Dan Zellner, facilitator, 1996.

 

Fat Girls (wear all sizes) - Fringe production 1991 in Regina, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Edmonton. Eileen Sproule, director.  Performed by the Curtain Razors.  September 1995, at Vancouver Fringe, Stephanie Kirkland, director.

 

Goddessness - Fringe production by the Curtain Razors, 1990 in Regina, Saskatoon and Edmonton Fringe Festivals.  Kelley Jo Burke, director.