Vancouver playwright Sean Harris Oliver’s Bright Blue Future is presented in partnership with Karmik and Qmunity, offering a look and raising awareness on the millennial’s challenges on the competitive work force while delving on issues with drug use and sexual identity.
Arianna and Alexandra are a live-in couple whose relationship is on the rocks. When Carston, Arianna’s former boyfriend-now-gay best friend, arrives for an unexpected visit, a fun night out quickly gets heavy. Drugs, booze, and a cute club take-home named Josh push the party – and the partiers – past their limits, and there will definitely be hell to pay in the morning.
Exploring one pivotal night in the lives of four 20-somethings and the decisions they make that will affect their futures forever.
Karmik is a Vancouver based initiative that focuses on harm reduction strategies that potentially happens in nightlife and music festival events, encouraging and promoting safe practices and responsibility in today’s party culture, while Qmunity provides the queer community safe spaces, operating programs and initiatives geared for the LGBT youth and community.
Together, they will have a strong, on-site presence, educating patrons on their initiatives and how they relate to Bright Blue Future on select dates when cast and crew hold series of post-performance talk-back forum.
Presented by Hardline Productions and directed by Shawn MacDonald featuring the talents of Rachel Cairns, Dmitry Chepovetsky, Genevieve Fleming, and Curtis Tweedie, the world premiere of Bright Blue Future will play at the Pacific Theatre, 1440 W12th Ave., from February 19 – March 05 2016 with previews playing from February 17-18 2016.
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