Digital Program – Vigil

The Belfry Theatre presents


By Morris Panych


Nicola Lipman – Grace

Anton Lipovetsky – Kemp

Evan Frayne – Kemp Standby


Glynis Leyshon – Director

Ken MacDonald – Set & Costume Designer

Luc Prairie – Lighting Designer

Tobin Stokes – Sound Designer

Dianne Goodman – Stage Manager

Becca Jorgensen – Assistant Stage Manager

Diana Budiachenko – Directing Intern+

Emily Trepanier – Assistant Lighting Designer*

Holly Winter – Sound Design Intern*

* Emily Trepanier and Holly Winter’s participation made possible through the Associated Designers of Canada Mentorship Program funded by the Government of Canada.

+ Diana Budiachenko’s participation made possible through the Belfry’s Emerging Artist Enhancement Program, funded by the RBC Emerging Artists Project.

Vigil is approximately one hour and forty-five minutes long including one fifteen-minute intermission.

This production is supported by a generous gift from

John & Suzanne Stewart

Vigil is generously sponsored by

The Belfry Theatre is a member of the Professional Association of Canadian Theatres and engages professional Artists who are members of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the terms of the jointly negotiated Canadian Theatre Agreement.

The Vigil live-streamed performances (November 29 – December 4) are produced with the cooperation of the Union of B.C. Performers

Union of British Columbia Performers and ACTRA
Union of British Columbia Performers and ACTRA



…from the Artistic Director

Welcome to Morris Panych’s unique view of the world—! This is the Belfry’s 10th production of a Panych-penned play—making him the most produced playwright in Belfry history. Vigil is the only script of Morris’s to premiere at this theatre and the first to make a return visit—!

Vigil began life on this stage in 1995, directed by the playwright, on a version of the set that’s currently on stage now. It starred Alan Williams and Margaret Barton. Glynis Leyshon, director of this production, was the Belfry’s Artistic Director. And the sound designer was Ian Rye—now CEO of Pacific Opera Victoria! Since that time, Vigil has been translated into 24 languages and played all around the world—including a run in London’s West End under the title Auntie & Me. And now it’s back where it started—and I couldn’t be happier—!

Morris is one of this country’s most prolific and idiosyncratic playwrights—and one of the very best. I love his plays—and his characters. So many of them approach the world with disdain and skepticism. But despite their best efforts—they can’t help finding the good in other people.

Welcome back, Morris and Ken! Welcome back Glynis and Luc and Tobin, and Nicola Lipman and Anton Lipovetsky—our wonderful cast—!  And welcome back to you, dear audience member. I hope you were able to attend one of the performances of our last production, Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel. If you were one of our faithful patrons who were unable to see it due to the many cancelled performances, our sincerest apologies.

with respect—


…from the Executive Director

As we dive into our second production of the season, I am intrigued by the sense of history that we retain here at the Belfry – amongst our staff, our audiences, and our programming. We have brought together a wonderful team of artists who have all worked here in the past and who have shaped the broader Canadian culture by their brilliant work across the country. We are fortunate to be able to bring these world-class artists to Victoria.

And yet I appreciate the desire to constantly push forward and look to the future. I appreciate that the future is framed and shaped by our present, and as much, by our past. When we immerse ourselves in this production, and some of you may recall the Belfry premiere, it is worth examining how much has changed and how much has not since 1995 – in our personal context, in the broader socio-political environment, and therefore in our response to this wonderful play.


Director’s Notes

One of the special joys afforded me during my long career has been the opportunity to revisit, reexamine, and reimagine some extraordinary theatre and opera pieces. I have been able to return to works by Shaw, Mozart, and Shakespeare and share with audiences the new thoughts and impulses these great works always provide. But no play or opera has played a more ‘ongoing’ part in my theatre life than Vigil by Morris Panych.

In 1995, when I was still Artistic Director of The Belfry Theatre, Morris approached me with his customary nonchalance … “I’ve been working on something that might work at the Belfry…wanna read it?“ Of course, I wanted to read it and when the copy finally arrived (yes, we did indeed mail physical scripts in those days), I started to glance at the first scene and didn’t stop reading till the final Blackout. Of course, the piece was wickedly funny and of course, it had all the plot invention that remains a highlight of Morris’ scripts. But this play, even in that first working draft, was obviously something special. Our arts community was still reeling with the tragic loss of so many of our best and brightest to the hideous AIDS epidemic. And Vigil spoke clearly and without sentimentality of our deep need for solace and connection…the ultimate triumph of the Heart.

Morris proposed that he direct the premier and that his longtime creative and life partner Ken MacDonald design the show. Again, a quick “great idea” and a grateful Artistic Director. Vigil was an enormous success critically and with our audience… and I am happy to say that the play has gone on to production literally all over the world.

One of those occurred at the Vancouver Playhouse in 2006 where as Artistic Director I found myself in the enviable position of directing a revival with Morris taking the part of Kemp. Of course, directing this author/playwright in HIS play was daunting but again, Vigil exerted its special theatrical magic, and the simple parable of Kemp and Grace charmed a whole new generation of audiences, both in Vancouver and later in Calgary.

And now here we are in 2022, newly emerging from another plague, and ready to share Vigil’s humanity with Belfry audiences once again. It’s an honour and a deep privilege …. Please enjoy!

Glynis Leyshon

About the Belfry

The Belfry Theatre is on the land of the Lək̓ʷəŋən People, known today as the Esquimalt and Songhees Nations. The Lək̓ʷəŋən people have been keepers of this land for millennia and we offer our respect and gratitude for our uninvited presence on their territory.

These lands are within the disputed Douglas Treaties territories, treaties that were negotiated verbally, signed to blank pieces of paper by the Indigenous leaders and then had text added by the colonial government. The colonial perspective on the treaty is one of a sale of land, while the Indigenous perspective is a sharing of territory.

The Songhees are members of the Te’mexw Treaty Association seeking a modern treaty with the Crown on their rights, territory and self-government.

The Belfry Theatre is a registered Canadian charity, 11921 5549 RR0001.

The Belfry Theatre is a member of the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Destination Greater Victoria, and the Professional Arts Alliance of Greater Victoria.

President – Richard Brownsey
Vice President – Alison Watt
Secretary – Mikaila Mauro
Treasurer – Dr. Joan McArthur-Blair

Kini McDonald
Daniela Pinto
Joni Steinman
Andy Stephenson
Stephen Tax
Cathi Charles Wherry
Gillian Wood

Honorary Board of Directors
Chair Emeritus Patrick Stewart
Sherri Bird
Barbara Greeniaus
Robert Johnston Q.C.
John Keay
Joan Snowden
Dr. Brian Winsby
Michael Ziegler

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Siobhan Barker – Box Office Clerk
Kate Barry – Interim Development Manager
Jane Broomfield – Front of House Manager
Claire Cacheux – Box Office Clerk
Matilde Cervantes – Manager of Community & Artistic Connections
Danica Charlie – Box Office Clerk
Helena Descoteau – Box Office Supervisor
Mark Dusseault – Director of Marketing & Communications
Linda Findlay – Head of Wardrobe
Mike Ford – Director of Production & Operations
Ian Gibson – Audience Services Manager
Keith Houghton – Head Technician & Systems Administrator
Valerie Houle – Producer
Nora Kidston – Box Office Clerk & Front of House Supervisor
Carole Klemm – Scenic Artist
Jeff Kulak – Graphic Designer
Jeremy MacLeod – Technical Director
Patricia O’Brien – Director of Finance
Samantha Pelkey – Associate Producer & Indigenous Relations Manager
Peter Pokorny – Head of Props & Scenic Carpenter
Dale Pudwell – Master Carpenter
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Michael Shamata – Artistic Director
Lara Shepard – Scenic Artist
Isaac Thomas – Executive Director
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Gregor Craigie – B4Play Host
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David Cooper, Emily Cooper, Jo-Ann Richards, Peter Pokorny, and Don Craig – Photographers

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What to Expect – Live in-person attendance

Smartphones, Cameras, and Recording Devices

The use of cameras, smartphones or audio/visual recording equipment is prohibited. Please turn off all personal electronic devices prior to the performance. If you need to be contacted in an emergency, please leave your name and seat number with our Front of House Manager.

Latecomers & Re-admission

The Director of each production designates moments in the show when the seating of latecomers will cause the least distraction for actors and audience members. Should you leave the theatre, our House Manager will not be able to reseat you until one of these breaks and you may not be able to return to your original seat.

Perfume and Cologne

Please refrain from using perfume or cologne when you come to the theatre. Some of our patrons are highly allergic to scents.

Food & Drinks

Any food or drinks that you purchase at the concession must be consumed in the lobby only. Please pre-order for intermission. No food or drink is permitted in the theatre.

Lost and Found

Please check with our Front of House Manager if you have lost an item in the theatre.

Script Library

Read the play before or after you see it. We have scripts of the season’s plays available at the Box Office, plus a bookcase filled with Canadian plays, all for reading in the Lobby.

Lobby Touchscreen

The TV monitor in our new lobby is a touchscreen device. By touching the screen, you can delve deeper into each production, learn about the artists who created the show, and much more.


Live talk shows hosted by CBC Radio’s Gregor Craigie and featuring artists from the upcoming show, along with experts from the community, have been designed to provide insight into each Mainstage production.

Each event is held the Saturday prior to Opening, is free to attend and is also live streamed on Facebook, and is available as a podcast on our website.


Listen and download the full interviews from each B4Play, recent stories from The Flame, our storytelling series, and more at

Upstage Magazine

Our magazine provides insight into each Mainstage production, further enriching your experience. Upstage is available in the Lobby and on our website. Drop us a line at for an advance copy.

Talkback Thursday

On the third Thursday performance during the run of each show, most (usually all) of the actors return to the stage to answer your questions and provide insight into the play you have just experienced. These Q & A sessions last approximately 20 minutes.

VocalEye – Vigil
Wednesday, December 7

For patrons with low or no vision, this season we will offer two online VocalEye performances (Vigil and The Unplugging).

For Vigil, the virtual lobby opens at 6:30 pm for socializing, the official welcome at 6:45 with an intro to the show and then the show starts at 7:00 pm. Afterwards, we have a Q and A and a prize draw. For Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, we will be offering an in-person event followed by a Touch Tour.

During VocalEye performances, trained Audio Describers provide descriptions of the visual elements of the show, allowing people with low vision to enjoy the theatrical experience without missing any of the details.

Please visit the Box Office for details. 

Hearing Assist

For patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing, the theatre is equipped with an infrared hearing assist system and neck loop system. We have twelve devices of each of the two systems available through the Box Office.

Babes in Arms

The Belfry is proud to produce adult contemporary theatre. Most of our productions are not suitable for young children. Sorry, we do not admit babes in arms.

Cast & Creative Team

Nicola Lipman – Grace

Previously For the Belfry: Unless, Shirley Valentine, The Cripple Of Inishmaan, Let Me Call You Sweetheart. Other Theatre (selected): No Great Mischief, Scorched, Humble Boy, SIMPL, Another Home Invasion (Tarragon Theatre), Les Misérables, The Matchmaker, Driving Miss Daisy (Arts Club), Other Desert Cities (Citadel), December Man (Canadian Stage), The Clean House (Royal Manitoba Theatre Company), Sisters, World Without Shadows (Ship’s Company Theatre), Death of a Salesman (Theatre Calgary), Grey Gardens (Acting Up Stage Company), All the Way Home (Electric Company Theatre). Film/TV: Various. Awards: 4 Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards, 2 Robert Merritt Awards, 1 Dora Mavor Moore Award, 1 David, Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. Graduate of the University of British Columbia and The National Theatre School of Canada.

Anton Lipovetsky – Kemp

Anton Lipovetsky is thrilled to return to the Belfry. Anton is a Vancouver-based actor and musical composer. This is Anton’s fifth show at the Belfry, having acted in Equivocation, A Christmas Carol, and I Think I’m Fallin’ – The Songs of Joni Mitchell and most recently having designed the sound for Griffin & Sabine. Other stages Anton has acted on include the National Arts Centre, Luminato Festival, Firehall Arts Centre, Caravan Farm Theatre, Arts Club Theatre and Bard on the Beach. He is a graduate of Studio 58 and the Stratford Festival Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Acting.

Evan Frayne – Kemp – Standby

Evan is a Victoria-based actor, director, and educator. Last seen at the Belfry in Being Here: The Refugee Project and A Christmas Carol, he has worked with many companies including Frank Theatre, Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, Touchstone Theatre, Blackbird Theatre, Arts Club Theatre, and the Chemainus Theatre Festival. Film and television projects include roles on Arrow, I-Zombie, When We Rise, Supernatural, Stargate SG-1, and others. Nominated for multiple Jessies for his work, Evan is a recipient of the Sam Payne Award.

Morris Panych – Playwright

A native of Calgary, Alberta, Morris Panych is arguably Canada’s most celebrated playwright and director. His plays have garnered countless awards including two Governor General’s Literary Awards for Drama (for The Ends of the Earth and Girl in the Goldfish Bowl), fourteen Jessie Richardson Awards (Vancouver), and five Dora Mavor Moore Awards (Toronto). Productions of the much-lauded Vigil, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, 7 Stories, and Lawrence and Holloman are being mounted throughout Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. His plays have been produced in over two dozen languages. Mr. Panych has directed over 90 productions across Canada and the U.S.

Glynis Leyshon – Director

Glynis Leyshon had the pleasure of being the Artistic Director of the Belfry for 11 seasons before leading the Vancouver Playhouse from 1997 thru 2008. She has also served as Head of the renowned Banff Centre Opera Program. Glynis has the unusual distinction of being in demand both as a theatre and opera director. For Victoria’s Pacific Opera (POV) she has helmed over 25 productions, including the Canadian premiere of Braunfels’ The Birds this February.

Ken MacDonald – Set & Costume Designer

Ken started out his design career at the Belfry in 1977 and is thrilled to be back! He became the resident designer here from 1977 to 1980. Since then, Ken has designed across North America from Stratford to San Francisco to Washington D.C. He did 16 seasons at the Shaw Festival. He is the recipient of a Gemini, 4 Dora Mavor Moore Awards, 17 Jessie Richardson Awards, a Betty Mitchell Award, and the San Diego Critics Award. Some favourite shows are The Overcoat, 7 Stories, Vigil, A Thousand Splendid Suns, The Shoplifters, and The Barber of Seville. He has designed ALL of his partner Morris Panych’s plays for… …ever.

Luc Prairie – Lighting Designer

Since 1974, Luc has been lighting up stages for theatres and operas across the country. He is teaching at the National Theatre School of Canada/ École nationale de théâtre (French and English section).

PRIZES – 2018 Prix Lumière, Duceppe – Le bizarre incident du chien pendant la nuit,  2017 Prix Lumière, Duceppe – Harold et Maude, 2015 Prix Gascon-Roux, TNM – Le tour du monde en 80 jours, 2013 – Best Lighting design MECA – Sherlock.

Tobin Stokes – Composer & Sound Designer

Since the late 80s, Tobin has had the privilege of being involved at the Belfry as a performer, arranger, musical director, composer, and sound designer for various productions. Musical projects here have featured the music of Leonard Cohen, Patsy Cline, Harry Chapin, Joni Mitchell, and his first opera, The Vinedressers. Besides creating for theatre, Tobin composes for orchestra, opera, and choir, and he scores for documentary films.

Dianne Goodman – Stage Manager

Vigil marks Dianne’s debut at the Belfry Theatre. She recently retired from Alberta Theatre Projects after almost 40 years with the company. In her career, Dianne has worked in almost every aspect of theatre. She is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Regina, the Betty Mitchell Award for Distinguished Achievement in Production, and the Harry and Martha Award for Significant and Sustained Contribution to Theatre in Calgary. Dianne resides in Calgary where she spends time with her family and friends, gardens, and volunteers in her community.  Thanks to Glynis and Michael for this great opportunity! For my beloved Auntie Vera, a change maker and a frontier woman.

Becca Jorgensen – Assistant Stage Manager

Becca is an Indo-Canadian settler born and raised on lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ territory. As a Stage Manager, Becca has artistically supported teams across Canada from theatre to opera, to dance, and beyond. She is thrilled to be at the Belfry for her sixth season accompanied by her mixed terrier, Larry (his second season). Some Belfry favourites include Griffin and Sabine, Intimate Apparel, Kindred, The Ministry of Grace, Little Red Warrior & His Lawyer, Bears, and Every Brilliant Thing. Becca is an avid half marathoner (2:27:12) and two-time marathoner (5:23:36) and holds a BFA in Theatre Production and Management from UVic. For more personal information, write to her mother.

Diana Budiachenko – Directing Intern

Diana is an emerging theatre director from Ukraine who has chosen Canada as her home due to the current conflict with Russia. Her training includes a Masters in Performing Arts with a specialization in directing, from the Kyiv University of Culture. These studies focused on metaphorical direction – a style that she pursued under her mentor, Director Valeriy Patsunov of the Golden Gate Theatre in Kyiv. Her aesthetic also combines dramaturgy, poetry, musicality, and vivid scenery as key aspects of her metaphorical style.

Emily Trepanier – Assistant Lighting Designer

Emily Trepanier is a recent graduate of the University of Victoria’s Phoenix Theatre, where she focused in theatrical lighting design and technical theatre. For the Phoenix: The Waste Land, Lighting Designer, Love and Information, Assistant Lighting Designer, and The Sound of a Voice, Lighting & Set Designer (MFA project). Other credits include: Hello?, Director, Rain Carnation, Lighting Designer; Power in Silence, Lighting Designer (SATCo). Emily is thrilled to be making her Belfry debut and hopes you enjoy the show.

Holly Winter – Sound Design Intern

Holly Winter is a composer, music educator, and sound designer originally from the east coast of Canada. Her compositions are known for their use of graphics and theatrics and have been performed internationally. She graduated from UBC with a Masters in Composition, from Memorial University with a BMus, and from King’s College with a BA in Philosophy. Holly is excited to be learning more about sound design from Tobin Stokes. She is very happy to be working with the Belfry on this amazing play.


The Belfry Theatre gratefully acknowledges the financial support of The Canada Council for the Arts, the Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia Arts Council and the Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch, the Capital Regional District Arts Development Office, and the City of Victoria.


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†Through the Victoria Foundation

Belfry Legacy Circle

The support of visionary philanthropy ensures that the Belfry will continue to flourish as Greater Victoria’s premier contemporary theatre company.

Gloria & Ian Back+
Lynne Bain
Dr. Perry & Late Annamaria Bamji+
Richard Brownsey & Glynis Leyshon
Jane Francis & Dave Skilling
Barbara Greeniaus & Bill Israel
Bruce & Barbara Housser
Judi James
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Joan Peggs
Cindy Petrowski & Phil Marsh
Ronald and Juliana Polstein+
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John & Suzanne Stewart
Judy Stewart
Julie & John Richard Swenson
Plus, a further nine anonymous members

† through the Victoria Foundation

We invite you to join the Belfry Legacy Circle by making a planned gift or bequest. Gift planning is an inspired, meaningful, and deeply personal way to secure the future of the Belfry Theatre. The support of visionary philanthropy ensures that the Belfry will continue to flourish as Greater Victoria’s premier contemporary theatre company.

Consult your professional advisors about the many forms through which you can achieve tax advantages of charitable donations and bequests. Please inform us if you have included the Belfry in your estate plans, so we can acknowledge your support during and/or after your lifetime, according to your wishes. Contact: Kate Barry Interim Development Manager, 250-385-6835 ext. 240 or

The Belfry acknowledges the generous recent and past gifts from the estates of:

Violet Armstrong
Helena Balczewska
Roger J. Bishop
Shirley Mae Dawson
Marguerite Kathleen Friesen
David Neil Lee
Maria Luisa Macrae
M. Grace Mersereau
Margaret Seens
Alan Geoffrey White
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Annamaria Bamji Memorial Award for Emerging Playwrights created by Dr. Perry Bamji+
In Memory of Eric Adler
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In Memory of Annamaria Bamji from Lady Jane
In Memory of my sister Beth, from Casey
In Memory of Agnes and Arnold Davies
In Memory of Shelley Deglan
In Memory of my brother Gerry Emery
In Memory of Michael Fallis (2)
In Memory of Antonietta Forte
In Memory of Jean Elizabeth Kõdar
In Memory of Nikki & Bruce MacKenzie from the family
In Memory of Ronald Adam Polstein
In Memory of Jacqueline Price
In Memory of Al Taylor
Judy Treloar in Memoriam
In Memory of Jack & Lisa Valikoski
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