Gripping, eye-opening and heart-wrenching. Stone’s Throw Productions ignites a thought-provoking exploration on bullying and violence between young girls. In this one-woman show, fifteen-year-old Braidie recounts the bullying she has seen within her own friend group from childhood through to adolescence. She is a bystander who reacts as many people do – looks down and says nothing. Based on the tragic Reena Virk murder, The Shape of a Girl by Joan MacLeod is an important reminder of the scary progression of bullying, the long-lasting damages it can cause, and how doing nothing contributes to the circle of violence.
Audience Advisory: Contains some strong language and references to violence.
April 26-29 at 8:00 PM
Tickets at the door – pay-what-you-think-it’s-worth after the show. Festival seating.
Featuring Lindsay Curl
Directed by Shelby Bushell
Stage Management by Maddison Silva, Sound Design by Ryan Scramstad, Lighting Design by Kougar Basi, Set and Costume Design by Paige Louter, Marketing and Communications by Amanda Millar, Photography by Jayda Paige Photography