Wed, May 27|
FINDING MAMA by Lauren Frost (BC)
When three sisters are called to the hospital to see their estranged mother on her death bed, they are forced to confront what drove them apart, and what might bring them together.
Time & Location
May 27, 2020, 7:30 p.m. PDT
About the Event
HOW TO ATTEND
Click the link below at showtime - "doors" 5 minutes prior - latecomers welcome! Audience does not appear on screen. Capacity 100. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88360778832
ABOUT THE PLAY
Deeply impacted by addiction and mental illness, Liz, Kim, and Kat had a difficult time growing up. When they are suddenly called to the hospital to see their estranged mother on her death bed, the sisters are forced to confront their trauma and pain as they uncover the truth about who they are, what drove them apart, and what might yet bring them together again.
ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT
Lauren Frost is a feminist writer, director, educator, and communications professional who is passionate about the power of storytelling. She has recently completed her degree in Theatre and Gender Studies at the University of Victoria, where she had her play, Testimony of Rain (2019) produced by the Student Alternative Theatre Company and self-produced an interdisciplinary project entitled Big Daddy Lives or Don't Say the F Word (2019), which explored feminist theory and its applications to theatre directing. Lauren has also taught workshops on practicing consent in a theatre context for theatre students and instructors at UVic, as well as for amateur actors as part of the Theatre BC workshop series in 2019.