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In this surreal rom-com, Keaton Chu, a Chinese-Canadian kindergarten teacher, inherits a farm from his deceased parents and vows to continue the business to honour his family name. Unlucky in love in real life, he begins to pour his heart out into every fruit and vegetable, believing that every life form has a purpose even when they’re deformed.
When Japanese-Irish-Canadian produce wholesaler and bar star Joe McKinley unwittingly falls for Keaton, they struggle to deal with historical, familial, cultural and relationship issues while proving love is possible—even when dirty rotten tomatoes squeeze in on the fun!
Recommended for ages +14. See Event page for content description.
Visual Story: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1a9YSbrtiJaK_yOWuMDJz8Imk90LLlr6TJEIA5sCtd8k/edit?usp=sharing
As Vancouver’s most diverse and innovative arts and cultural hub, The Cultch has created meaningful, impactful connections across communities for nearly 50 years. As a presenting theatre, they curate unique, intimate, and diverse performances from Vancouver, Canada, and across the globe — offering dynamic contemporary programming in theatre, dance, music, circus, and visual arts.