Longtime Pacific Theatre director Angela Konrad of WIT, JESUS HOPPED THE "A" TRAIN and this season's OUTSIDE MULLINGAR is premiering a new play and a new theatre company this weekend.
Dark Glass Theatre proudly presents:
disPLACE: Refugee Stories in Their Own Words
How far would you go to protect your family? Follow the real-life experiences of refugees to Canada in this brand new production created at Trinity Western University. Five actors transform into multiple characters in this unforgettable journey, knit together by original music and verbatim testimony.
Discover the personal, human stories hidden beneath the headlines. From Mennonite immigrants who fled Europe after World War II, to the current global refugee crisis, the stories captured in disPLACE shine a light on the bonds that tie us all together.
After the performance, you're welcome to stay for a talkback with the cast, moderated by a specialist in refugee issues.
Directed by- Angela Konrad
Assistant Director- Jessica Garden
Stage Manager- Alexandria Bay
Lighting Designer- Graham Ockley
Performers- Uliana Akulenko, Emmett Hanley, Keenan Marchand, Kate Nundal, and Jane Oliphant
Where: Freedom Hall, Robert N. Thompson Building, Trinity Western University
When: Tues. Nov. 22- Sat. Dec. 3rd at 7:30 PM, and Dec. 3rd at 2:00 PM
Tickets: Adult- $14.00, Students/Seniors/Alumni- $12.00, Tue. Nov. 22 is 2-for-1
Buy online here!