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FrAcTured Features High School Shooting Survivors and Their Stories

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on FrAcTured Features High School Shooting Survivors and Their Stories

FrAcTured Features High School Shooting Survivors and Their Stories

Play Features High School Shooting Survivors and Their Stories WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. – Seacoast Studios presents FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson. Running June 19, 21, and 23 at 8:00 pm at the Music Box in West Vancouver at 1564 Argyle Street. FrAcTured is the story of 13 teenagers who have survived a high-school shooting. This one-hour play is honest, powerful, provocative, surprisingly humorous, relevant, and thoroughly engaging. In a discussion with the cast, Director Scott Swan commented, “In the wake of the large number of violent incidents and lockdowns that have occurred in high schools in North America in the last few years, this play offers the unique...

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FrAcTured plays at Greater Vancouver Zone Festival on May 1 in White Rock

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FrAcTured plays at Greater Vancouver Zone Festival on May 1 in White Rock

Seacoast Studios’ production of FrAcTured will be seen at the 2012 Greater Vancouver Zone Festival produced by Theatre BC. FrAcTured is scheduled for Tuesday May 1 at the Coast Capital Playhouse in White Rock, BC. Details about all festival performances and advance tickets can be found at www.whiterockplayers.ca

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Media clipping: TRUSYS discusses relevance of FrAcTured

Posted by on Apr 5, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Media clipping: TRUSYS discusses relevance of FrAcTured

Media clipping: TRUSYS discusses relevance of FrAcTured

True System Designers, Limited (TRUSYS) is a leading provider of integrated Risk, Security, Emergency, and Crisis Management advisory. Here is a blog post about our play, FrAcTured. TRUSYS Goes To The Theatre, Posted April 5th, 2012 This post was drafted a few days before the latest university shooting incident in California.  Unfortunately, it has become even more relevant. Straying away from our usual blog posts we want to mention the play FrAcTured by Robinson Wilson playing at Vancouver’s Seacoast theatre.  Seacoast Studios students experiment with this play depicting a one year anniversary meeting of 13 high-school students who survived a shooting.  Crafted...

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FrAcTured free to North Shore teens March 27 matinee

Posted by on Feb 21, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on FrAcTured free to North Shore teens March 27 matinee

FrAcTured free to North Shore teens March 27 matinee

Seacoast Studios presents the world premiere of FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson. Seacoast Studios is offering a free matinee performance for high school students Tuesday March 27th at 3:30 pm. Students will be invited to meet the cast and director after the play for a “talk back session”. Seats can be reserved at fractured.eventbrite.ca. Educational matinee bookings are available March 28, 29, 30 by calling 604-925-5120. Seating is limited to 30 per show, so call early to avoid disappointment. FrAcTured is the story of 13 teenagers who have survived a high-school shooting. This one-hour play is honest, powerful, provocative, surprisingly humorous, relevant,...

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Seacoast Studios presents FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson

Posted by on Feb 21, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seacoast Studios presents FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson

Seacoast Studios presents FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson

Seacoast Studios presents the world premiere of FrAcTured, a new play by Robinson Wilson. FrAcTured performances run March 20-24 at the Music Box, 1564 Argyle Avenue West Vancouver at 8 pm. Tickets are $12 plus service fees and can be booked at www.seacoastfractured.eventbrite.ca FrAcTured is the story of 13 teenagers who have survived a high-school shooting. This one-hour play is honest, powerful, provocative, surprisingly humorous, relevant, and thoroughly engaging. In a discussion with the cast, Director Scott Swan commented, “In the wake of the large number of violent incidents and lockdowns that have occurred in high schools in North America in the last few years,...

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