Jessie’s Song

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Listen Up, Lanark County! Youth Theatre Training Project presents Jessie’s Song, a new play about rural youth dealing with the effects of suicide on their community. Each performance includes a facilitated talkback session with resources provided for those in need. The play toured throughout Lanark County the last two weeks of April 2016. See Performance Dates, Times and Locations below.
 

 

 

For information on the Listen Up, Lanark County! Troupe click here.

For more information, contact Burning Passions Theatre at 613-264-8088 or by email at burning@web.ca.


Performance Dates, Times and Locations:

PERTH:
April 22, 2016 at 7pm

YAK Youth Services
1 Sherbrooke Street East
Perth, ON, K7H 1A1

SMITHS FALLS:
April 26 at 7pm
Smiths Falls Lions Club
19 Abbott Street South
Smiths Falls, ON, K7A 4S3

CARLETON PLACE:
April 27 at 7pm
Carambeck Community Centre
351 Bridge Street
Carleton Place, ON K7C 3H9

MISSISSIPPI MILLS:
April 28, 2016 at 7pm

Almonte Old Town Hall
14 Bridge Street
Almonte, ON


"Jessie's Song" features (L to R): Garrett Pipher, Ruby Davidson, Kaija Evangelho and Tara Kreissler

“Jessie’s Song” features (L to R): Garrett Pipher, Ruby Davidson, Kaija Evangelho and Tara Kreissler

The Troupe:

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Ruby Davidson – Actor

Kaija Evangelho – Actor

Tara Kreissler – Actor

Garrett Pipher – Actor

Vincent Bracegirdle – Technical Assistant

Gillian Scott – Social Support Worker

Matthew Behrens – Associate Producer

Laurel Smith – Director/Dramaturge/Producer


Thank You!

Many thanks to the following for supporting this project:

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Basilian Human Development Fund
The Crabtree Foundation
Kiwanis Club of Perth-on-Tay
Lioness Club of Perth
First Baptist Church, Perth
Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul
Civitan Club of Perth

 

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