Missing from Me is a new and original Canadian production that brings together a culturally diverse group of youth including Mongolian, Japanese, French, Squamish Nation, Greek, Kurdish, Chinese, and Serbian. In an unexpected twist, eleven travellers at a train station must adapt to a sudden change in their plans. Due to this situation that is beyond their control, they are confronted with life altering decisions and end up discovering true inner strength and what family means to them.
Issues addressed in the play involve abuse, transphobia, and the importance of support.
Missing from Me is written and performed by Vancouver youth: Lauren Preissl (Vancouver), Christopher Rahim (East Vancouver), Nicholas Roe (Langley), Brogan Ho (Burnaby), Tuya Mendee (Vancouver), Elodie Doumenc (West Vancouver), Joe Baker (East Vancouver), Madeleine Konst (Vancouver), Parker Phelan (Vancouver), Una Spasovski (Vancouver), and Marina Haga (Vancouver). In collaboration with Some Assembly Theatre artists Valerie Methot, Ken Lawson, Jeremy Baxter, Trena Hollands and Allen Morrison.
Some Assembly Theatre Company is now in its 15th year of creating and producing original
collaborative plays that promote awareness, wellness, and dialogue about issues facing teens.
Talkback sessions take place after performances.
Performance Times: May 4, 1:30pm | May 5, 11:00am & 1:30pm | May 6 & 7, 7:30pm
More Info: www.someassembly.ca