Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women

by Paul Lucas

Directed by Cameron Mackenzie & Fay Nass

A co-production with the frank theatre company

In association with Firehall Arts Centre

March 12-21, 2020, Firehall Arts Centre


Thanks to all who joined us for the streaming Saturday March 21st. We will be keeping the link live for another 24 hours till 11:59pm PST March 22nd.

If you already have a ticket for the live performance at the Firehall please email info@zeezeetheatre.ca for the password or –

Trans Scripts drags heart and vulnerability into the room with every syllable. This team of badass ladies breathe in the fears, prejudices, pain, and lies surrounding the experience of transitioning and breathe out connection, compassion, humour, and humanity. This show is a salve in a burning world.

Vancouver Presents

On a Friday the 13th of travel alerts and social-distancing measures, Trans Scripts, Part I felt—all too fittingly—like an act of resilience. The play’s purpose was to bring people together, opening an entire world of transgender experience by sharing pain, secrets, and laughs.

Perhaps the most amazing thing is the way the performers—almost all of them nonactors—own the stories they tell….By the time the show ended, they felt like friends, confidantes, and probably the bravest people you’ve ever met. And not just because they chose to leave the house last Friday.

The Georgia Straight

Trans Scripts centres on the lives of seven transgender women. These true stories, compiled from over 70 interviews from around the world, are honest, funny, moving, insightful and inspiring. But most of all, they are human, shedding light not on our differences, but on what all people share.

Featuring Josie Boyce, Carolynn Dimmer, Amy Fox, Quanah Style, Morgane Oger, Sabrina Symington & Julie Vu

Set Designed by Jessica Keenan

Costume Designed by CS Fergusson-Vaux

Lighting Designed by Keagan Elrick

Sound Designed by Sara Vickruck

Stage Managed by Jenny Kim

Zee Zee Theatre acknowledges that we live and work on the unceded traditional and ancestral territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.