7 mars @ 20 h 00 min - 21 h 30 min
An event every day that begins at 8:00pm, repeating until 10 March 2018
Playwright: Jordan Tannahill
Director: Carolyn Guillet
Students: Fourth Studio, Year Two Group One
Rosa Mundi, Nearly Wild, and their buddies love to hang out at Concord Floral, a one-million-square-foot abandoned greenhouse, and a refuge for neighbourhood teens. It’s a place all to themselves where they can be transgressive, throw parties, experiment, dream, dare, and come of age. But hidden inside is a secret so horrific, its discovery wreaks havoc, causing them all to wish to flee as if from the plague. This edgy play about teenagers today is a supernatural cellphone thriller, replete with text messages from the dead, colliding with conscience, cruelty, denial and morality. In this ensemble choral piece, we are masterfully led into a surreal and gothic suburbia by one of Canada’s fastest-rising artists, Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Jordan Tannahill.