Wednesday, April 05, 2017

the shape of a girl | Stone's Throw Productions | april 26-29

Lindsay Curl first fell in love with THE SHAPE OF A GIRL during her first year at the University of Victoria. This touching story has tugged at her heart strings for six years, and she's finally bringing it to life on the PT stage at the end of April.

Following on the heels of THE WOLVES, we're excited to announce the next Stone's Throw Production: THE SHAPE OF A GIRL by Joan MacLeod, running April 26-29, 8:00pm at Pacific Theatre. Pay-what-you-think-it's-worth after the show. Tickets at the door, festival seating.

"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."

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 Communication by: Amanda Millar
Photo by: Jayda Paige Photograph

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