Some Assembly Theatre Company/Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group Project REWIRE inspires positive change when stress has negative impacts such as anxiety and social isolation. In a dynamic interchange on the
Some Assembly Theatre Company/Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group Project
REWIRE inspires positive change when stress has negative impacts such as anxiety and social isolation. In a dynamic interchange on the night of a lunar eclipse and a big video game event, local youth bravely face root causes of stress including poverty, grief and sexual assault. REWIRE intersects the arts, education, social services and health in a bold multi-media theatre production that highlights integrity, positive action and community support. Comedy, music, and spectacular visuals are included. REWIRE speaks to youth and adults.
Celebrating its 18th season, Some Assembly’s theatre collaborations between youth and professional artists build awareness, promote wellness and encourage dialogue about issues facing youth. A collaboration between youth from all over the Lower Mainland and Some Assembly Theatre Company with artists: Valerie Methot, Ken Lawson, Allen Morrison, Flick Harrison, Stephen Fisk, James Moore, Susan Bertoia, Jeremy Baxter, Anna Talbot, Athena Ivison, Jessica Han, and Nikki McLaren.
DATE & TIME
Wed May 1, 11am & 1:30pm
Thu May 2, 11am & 1:30pm
Fri May 3 and Sat May 4, 7:30pm
LOCATION Performance Centre
TICKETS Free to the public and community/school groups. Donations are welcome. Limited seating. A facilitated talkback session follows each performance.
RESERVATIONS call 604-603-5247
Community partners and supporters: Roundhouse, Vancouver Coastal Health, Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, Ministry of Children and Family Development, City of Vancouver, BC Arts Council, Province of British Columbia, Vancouver Foundation, Hamber Foundation, Metro Vancouver, Sarah McLachlan School of Music, Boxmaster, Methotical Productions, WAVAW and Vancouver School Board
may 1 (Wednesday) - 4 (Saturday)
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