OK, it might not be an official malady, but uprooted Maritimer, Liz Crocker, believes that trading one coast for the other breeds a special kind of Canadian immigrant experience. Liz will present her monologue about this in a staged reading of The Forerunner as a part of Intrepid Theatre’s The YOU Show series on Saturday, December 7th at 2:00pm.
The script, developed in workshops in Victoria, was mounted as a short work for Theatre Skam’s Bike Ride 2013. The Forerunner is a conversation with Liz’s Nova Scotian, French- Acadian Grandmother about ghosts and place, home and the supernatural. Liz’s Grandmere, has left her a legacy of forerunners and ghost stories. But is that all? Two voices untangle the mysteries. A one woman show, or is it?
A Staged Reading
December 7th at 2:00pm.
(Doors open at 1:30).
The INTREPID THEATRE CLUB 2-1609 Blanshard St (at Fisgard)
Adults – $10.00
Seniors and students $8.00
Tickets at the door or can be purchased before through Ticket Rocket http://www.ticketrocket.org
More about Liz Crocker
Liz Crocker is principal of Salt Frog, a Victoria based company that provides heritage interpretation and communication services and … wait for it … theatre! Liz was thrilled to present The Nature of the Goose for Theatre Skam’s Bike Ride in 2012. Liz was Ranger Betty, a militant, self-appointed Galloping Goose park ranger. Salt Frog was later asked to remount that production for Victoria’s 150 celebrations.