Thursday April 12, 2018 to Saturday April 21, 2018
The Pavillion Theatre
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By COLLEEN MURPHY
Two very different Armstrongs: 21-year-old Michael, a Canadian veteran of the Afghan conflict, and 12-year-old Halley, a plucky girl paralyzed from a recent car accident. They meet in a hospital room over the course of several months and discover a renewed joy for life through the simple power of literature, companionship, and support. This play by two-time Governor General’s Award winning playwright Colleen Murphy will leave you uplifted and full of appreciation for life.
Location Information: The Pavillion Theatre
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1025 Lorne Street,
The Pavilion Theatre is Western Canada Theatre’s intimate 165 seat “black box” theatre, which also doubles as our rehearsal hall. The Pavilion Theatre is home to The Kamloops Live! Box Office and The Western Canada Theatre administration offices. The theatre is located at 1025 Lorne Street (corner of 10th and Lorne) in the heart of Kamloops.
For further information, contact Terri Runnalls (Facilities Manager) at 250-372-3216 ext 22 or [email protected].