Some Assembly Theatre & RHYTAG Presents REWIRE
Some Assembly Theatre Company and RHYTAG (Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group) present the world premiere of their newest production, REWIRE, from Wednesday, May 1 to Saturday, May 4 at the Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre.
Created by industry professionals in collaboration with a diverse group of Metro Vancouver youth, REWIRE is a new and original multi-media theatre production that speaks to both youth and adults. On the night of a symbolic lunar eclipse and major video game event, a group of youth come together to bravely tackle root causes of stress including poverty, grief, and sexual assault.
Directed and written by Valerie Methot, in collaboration with RHYTAG, REWIRE highlights integrity, positive action, community support, and inspires positive change in the face of stress, anxiety, and social isolation. It is a bold, must-see production full of truth, tragedy and comedy, along with original music and spectacular visuals.
Some Assembly Theatre Company is now in its 18th year of collaboratively creating and producing original plays that promote awareness, wellness, prevention, and dialogue about issues facing teens. The company was recently honoured with the Deryck Thomson Award for exceptional contribution to community building and well-being.
For more information on Some Assembly Theatre Company, please visit www.someassembly.ca
Photo Credit: Emily Cooper.