Fringe play: Irreparable Harm? by Mairy Beam

Sat, Nov 7, 2020 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Performance Works

Mairy Beam‘s play Irreparable Harm? that some of us saw last year as a reading at Canegie Centre, is part of the Fringe Festival.

There will likely be Unitarians at all the times but at this performance some of our UCV youth will appear at the end as the message of hope for the future.

This is a live one hour performance written by Vancouver Unitarian’s (and Trans Mountain arrestee) Mairy Beam. Karl Perrin plays the judge, and all the words are exactly what Judge Affleck spoke during the trials of people who allegedly broke the injunction at the gates of the Trans Mountain tank farm in Burnaby.
The director/actor is Vivian Davidson.
Getting a ticket requires that you first get a Fringe Festival membership for $7 in your name.
Here you can get your membership and set up your account so you can log in.
After that, scroll down to “Irreparable Harm?” to buy your $15 ticket.
Since audiences are socially distanced, there will be a maximum of 50 people, including cast, in a very large space.  So tickets could sell out.
Here are the times for the performances:
THU, Oct. 29 – 9:30 pm (start time)
SAT, Oct. 31 – 7:00 pm
SUN, Nov. 1 – 4:30 pm (Daylight Savings Time ends)
WED, Nov. 4 – 7:00 pm
FRI, Nov. 6 – 9:30 pm
SAT, Nov. 7 – 3:00 pm
You may need to type in “Irreparable Harm” in the space “Search for Events”
Choose a date, and buy your ticket.



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