1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

in the park by the beach

1675 Discovery Street,
Vancouver, B.C. V6R 4K5

Friends of Jericho Arts Centre
Board of Directors
Chairman: Adam Henderson
778 883 2241

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March 1, 2022 - March 12, 2022

YOUTHEATRE – COM.PLIC.IT

A compelling story of how a young Indigenous girl befriends an unsuspecting teenage Prairie boy, and together they explore how and why their paths are crossing even if it’s only for 48 hours. This untold tale of identity and hope only skims the surface surrounding the hidden and Complicit Residential School era, circa 1960. For a brief two weeks this production will be performed at the Jericho Arts Centre. Get your tickets while they last, because you won’t want to miss this special story that will be making its way across Canada before too long. Running Time: 84 minutes | TalkBack Forum: 15 minutes

March 1-12, 2022
The play is roughly 85 minutes in length, with a 10-minute intermission, followed by a 15-minute post show TalkBalk.

Tickets
Please call Youtheatre Box Office to purchase tickets.

www.youtheatresociety.com

This production is expected to sell-out of its available 40 seats for most listed show dates. There will be a 50 spectator maximum allowed to view the show.

This play “COM·PLIC·IT” has been published and will be available for purchase at the Jericho Arts Centre Concession or directly from the YOUTHEATRE website: www.youtheatresociety.com/purchase-the-play/.

 

YOUTHEATRE MOVEMENT PRESENTS:  COM·PLIC·IT
Written and directed by: Lee Jay Bamberry

A compelling story of how a young Indigenous girl befriends an unsuspecting teenage Prairie boyand together they explore how and why their paths are crossing even if it’s only for 48 hours.
This untold tale of identity and hope only skims the surface surrounding the hidden and Complicit Residential School era, circa 1960.

Dates: March 1-12, 2022.
Box Office Number: 604 424 8275

For the last two decades Lee Jay Bamberry has written, directed, and toured plays that pack a punch, with edge and bite. With such themes as: addiction, dementia, abduction, human trafficking, and now the sordid Residential School chapter of Canadian history.
Lee Jay’s indigenous heritage is from his Grandmother, Sarah Bernard, being a full blood Mi’Kmaq from Burnt Church, New Brunswick, where he spent many of his childhood summers growing up.