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FrAcTured joins Torn Rainbow at Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on FrAcTured joins Torn Rainbow at Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay

FrAcTured joins Torn Rainbow at Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay

FrAcTured will play at the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay, BC on Thursday May 15th, 7:00 pm. The play is presented with Torn Rainbow (Sticks and Stones and Names Will Break Me) performed by Vanier Drama as part of the Blue Circle Series. FrAcTured is written by Robinson Wilson and directed by Scott Swan. The lives of high school students have been fractured since their classmate came to school with a gun, resulting in the deaths of many friends and teachers. This one-hour play is honest, powerful, provocative, surprisingly humorous, relevant, and thoroughly engaging. The Sid Williams Theatre Society has a great history of presented performances: Loretta Swit (also...

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Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Seacoast Studios Presents FrAcTured by Robinson Wilson …Picking up the pieces after a high school shooting…” It’s fringing time! It’s fringing time! What is the fringe you ask? It’s an eleven-day theatre festival happening September 5th – 15th, 2013 on and around Granville Island. In its 29th year, the Vancouver Fringe Festival is consistently voted “Vancouver’s Best Arts Festival” by Georgia Straight Readers.  This year the festival has over 80 shows and anticipates over 30,000 attendees. One show that is sure to have a large impact on audiences at this year’s Fringe Festival is FrAcTured, a provocative and emotionally engaging production,...

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Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Seacoast Studios’ week of 2012 year-end performances combine first year, second year, and returning students in a collage of solo shows and a remount of “FrAcTured”. “Women’s Voices from the Seacoast”: June 18, 20, 22 at 8:00 pm Seacoast Studios’ first year students perform their year-end, self-created works. Isabelle Chatelaine, Sara Vickruck, and Lauren Boyd have created a trio of compelling stories exploring womanhood, the bonds of friendship, and heroism. Written by the actors, with direction from Yvette Dudley-Neuman and Scott Swan, story editing with Sara McIntyre. “FrAcTured”: June 19, 21, 23 at 8:00 pm The story of 13 teenagers who have SURVIVED...

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FrAcTured Features High School Shooting Survivors and Their Stories

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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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Three solo shows: Women’s Voices from the Seacoast

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Three solo shows: Women’s Voices from the Seacoast

Seacoast Studios’ first year students perform their year-end, self-created works. Performances are scheduled for June 18, 20, 22 at 8:00 pm at Music Box Theatre: 1564 Argyle Avenue, West Vancouver, BC. Tickets are $12 at the door. Three emerging artists have created a trio of compelling stories exploring womanhood, the bonds of friendship, and heroism. Written by the actors, with direction from Yvette Dudley-Neuman and Scott Swan, and story editing with Sara McIntyre. We are proud to present these works for you. ALETHEIA explores the question, ‘What makes a hero?’ and the significance of personal truth in six women’s lives. Each hero’s course of...

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