Following Yukon Government COVID guidelines, all seating at the Old Fire Hall will be physcially distanced between pods. We are also only able to provide advance ticket sales for this performance. THERE WILL BE NO WALK UP / RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE.
If you are sick or exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. DO NOT attend the performance if you are ill.
Beth is a peculiar young woman. Stifled by pressure from her mother and neighbours to fit in, she escapes to the outdoors and develops a unique relationship with the crows in her suburban neighbourhood. But when one of her crows begins to speak to her, events take a dangerous turn. Beth always thought the world had more malice than magic... was she wrong?
During these physically distanced times, Gwaandak Theatre is excited to be experimenting with Episodic Theatre. Playwright Caleigh Crow has broken the script into two 45-minute-long “episodes” decreasing total time spent inside together, and letting the audience keep the drama alive for two weekends in a row. Following COVID-19 restrictions our seating is limited to a 20 person audience capacity, with cabaret-style seating pods.
Thursday, October 22 - Saturday, October 31
Gwaandak Theatre - The Born Again Crow Episode 1 & 2
Thursday, October 22 2020
Saturday, October 31 2020
Old Fire Hall
October 22-24 & 29-31 | 7:30PM
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