By Wendy Lill
Performances: February 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 at 8pm
Matinees on Feruary 17 and 24 at 2pm
Presented by the Borelians Community Theatre
Mary cannot forget the years she spent teaching at a residential school in Nova Scotia. She was so young then and the world was such a different place. A decade has passed since the school was shuttered; however, the young teacher remains haunted by what she witnessed there. Teetering on the edge of reason, Mary’s path from faith to uncertainty plays out before her eyes. Feeling consumed by her memories, Mary does the only thing her fiery soul will allow her to do: confess. Written by one of Canada’s most celebrated playwrights, Sisters dramatizes the most significant issue facing Canadians today. Cathartic, evocative and forthright, this play will take audiences on an emotional journey that may never be forgotten.
Friday February 16th is also the show’s GALA PREMIER CELEBRATION. Before the show, starting at 7pm, there will be free wine; free desserts, and after the show you are invited to touir the stage and meet the cast and crew. This is a great opportunity to experience local theatre like never before!
Students (18 and under): $12 with valid student ID
Groups: $20 for 6 or more Adults for the same performance
Thursdays: Buy one Adult ticket, get another at half off.