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Winnipeg, Manitoba; October 31 -- Manitoba Theatre for Young People (MTYP) and Green Thumb Theatre from Vancouver present the teen drama Still/Falling for three performances only from November 2 to 4.
Still/Falling is a realistic, honest and sometimes funny look at the difference between "teen angst" and mental illness and the ways vulnerable kids can start to find their way out of the dark. Tickets are available online at mtyp.ca or by calling 204.942.8898.
"I wanted to write something that would let teens know, 'what you're feeling is real, it's not something you're making up or imagining, and there is real help out there for you if you need it." - Rachel Aberle, Playwright
There will be a media call on Friday, November 2 at 2 PM at MTYP, 2 Forks Market Road.
Nina has a great life. She loves her family, she does well in school, and her friends are awesome. But suddenly Nina starts feeling...off, and she finds herself slipping into a dark reality she cannot understand, let alone articulate to the people around her. Still/Falling
follows Nina as she tries to come to terms with what it means to struggle with anxiety and depression, and to rise above it with as much strength, and as few scars, as possible. A realistic and honest look at the ways vulnerable kids can start to find their way out of the dark.
This is a one-woman play featuring Winnipeg actress Lisa Baran, in her debut at MTYP. Still/Falling is directed by Patrick McDonald, Artistic Director of Green Thumb Theatre in Vancouver, BC. The play is designed by Ken MacDonald (Set), Cameron Fraser (Projections) and Martin Conboy (Lighting). Katherine Johnston is the Stage Manager, and Katie Schmidt is the Apprentice Stage Manager.
Still/Falling premiered at Green Thumb Theatre and is the Winner of the 2016 Jessie Richardson Award for Significant Artistic Achievement, Theatre for Young Audiences. The show has been seen by over 40,000 people, but has never been produced before in Manitoba. Still/Falling will tour across the province from November 8 - December 21 and again in the Spring from April 3 - May 10, 2019.
Still/Falling is most appropriate for teenagers ages 13+ and for parents. "This performance is a bold, moving, and compelling portrayal of a typical adolescent girl struggling with anxiety and depression. I was impressed by the quality and accuracy of the mental health messages communicated throughout the play." – Erin Blackwell, Clinical Psychologist, Anxiety BC
Tickets start at $20 for youth (17 and under) and $23 for adults and seniors.
Public Performances are as follows:
Friday, November 2, 7 pm
Saturday, November 4, 1 and 4 pm
For tickets, call 204.942.8898.