VocalEye users and their companions are eligible for a 25% discount. Please call 250-385-6815 for more information.
Running time is 90 minutes, no intermission.
This performance will be followed by a Touch Tour.
Theatre Buddies are available to guide adult VocalEye members with vision loss, 18 years of age and older, who are travelling on their own. This service is generously provided by members of the Victoria Society for Blind Arts and Culture. Please contact Linda Bartram at 250-595-5888. Deadline to reserve a Buddy is the Friday before the described performance.
Described by Jill Sharpe at The Belfry Theatre
Written by Lucy Kirkwood
Directed by Michael Shamata
Robin and Hazel are two retired nuclear scientists, living in a seaside cottage on the east coast of England. But all is not as it seems. Their electricity is restricted to evenings, and they have a Geiger counter in the kitchen. On a warm summer’s evening, Rose, an old friend and colleague arrives from America with a startling request.
“Award-winning playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s brilliant play asks big questions about the responsibility we face to leave a better world for the next generation. How do we reconcile our mistakes with their impact on the future, and who is meant to clean up after us?” -Michael Shamata
“The Children is both a tragic love story (or rather, stories) and an archetypal hero’s journey. And it’s highly compelling theatre to boot.” –Times Colonist