Eternal Theatre Collective presents the Canadian Premiere of SEVEN MINUTES IN HEAVEN by Steven Levenson

The play is so real that you almost believe it was written by one of its characters.” – The New York Times

It’s a Friday night in 1995. Six over-stimulated, under-supervised high school students are gathered in Margot’s basement to meet her mysterious boyfriend from summer camp — though none of them have even seen a picture of him and he has yet to show up. As the teens keep themselves busy with rounds of party games, the night gives way to stolen kisses, malicious gossip, and broken hearts. This heartbreaking, hilariously real play showcases the absurd and terrible ecstasy of being young in America.

Photography by Sasha Aleshchenko

The Eternal Theatre Collective is proud to present the Canadian Premiere of Seven Minutes in Heaven by Steven Levenson, renowned writer of the Tony Award winning musical Dear Evan Hansen, which continues on Broadway today.

Seven Minutes in Heaven is a startlingly accurate look into the minds of teenagers, featuring an all-youth cast –  Julien Hicks, Shelby Satterthwaite, Hira Lalani, Alain Tahir, Sean Cuevas, and Brielle Chan.

Eternal Theatre Collective is a registered non-profit organization dedicated to providing young people with hands on, paid experience in theatre. Since 2015, Eternal Theatre Collective has produced ten shows including plays, musicals, and cabarets. Every production by ETC is entirely produced and performed by young people aged 13-25.

Directed by Allyson Fournier, Seven Minutes in Heaven performs at at Studio 16 – 1555 W. 7th Ave., Vancouver, BC from March 7-10, 2018

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