The Edge Project

In The Edge Project: Good to Go, a Green Thumb Theatre project designed, written, and performed in creative collaboration by drama class students from three Vancouver area high schools and presented by the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, the turning point in the story of the heroic journey was the insight that the most selfish act was to give up.

In The Intent to Live, Achieving your True Potential as an Actor, Larry Moss writes “In acting, the worst thing to be is indifferent…if your character doesn’t care, why is he in the room? There is no drama if he really doesn’t care. You have to care! I’ll put that in bold letters: YOU HAVE TO CARE, YOU HAVE TO IMAGINE, YOU HAVE TO TRIGGER, YOU HAVE TO KNOW YOURSELF, YOU HAVE TO BE INTERESTED, CURIOUS, PASSIONATE.”


Director’s Notes for The Edge Project
The Intent to Live
Green Thumb Theatre
The Edge Project: Good to Go
Push Festival
Learning Early about Playwriting

Push Festival – Film

Quantum centres

Theatre and Ideas
Creating Opportunities for Youth
Creating Connections with Theatre
Theatre of a New World