by Canadian playwright Geoffrey Simon Brown
Performed nightly June 12-14 & 17-21 at the Epcor Centre’s Motel
Set, Costume, Lighting Design: Alison Yanota
Sound Design: Tom Cainer
Stage Management: Olivia Brooks & Brooklyne Alexander
Producers: Taryn Craig & Geoffrey Simon Brown
Based in Calgary, the play follows Rocky and Raine; two girls in their late teens, who drink, work in a key cutting shop and break into houses. Hiding in the private worlds of strangers and maybe having a few too many, the girls begin to delve deeper into a relationship neither of them expected to develop. It’s a play about love, youth, loneliness, growing up, the fear of taking control of our destinies, and the things we do to cover it up.
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* This is a Canadian Actors’ Equity Associate production under the Artists’ Collective Policy
*This show is made possible with the support of InvestYYC through Calgary Arts Development