HTYP has two shows running this fall!
Red Fish & Where Poppies Blow
Where Poppies Blow
In time for Remembrance Day, Where Poppies Blow by Hannah Moscovitch, allows young people to enter into the daily life of ordinary people during the First World War in Halifax.
Gus’s older brother Eddy is away, fighting at the Front. The play unfolds over a day in Gus’s life, beginning at his home at breakfast time and moving from there to the Ladies Knitting Regiment, on to the Military Hospital and finally ending at his school, where he receives the news that his brother has died. Gus’s journey resonates on many levels. His physical journey through the day and through the town mirrors Gus’s emotional journey toward an understanding of the pain that war brings.
November 11 – 13 2:00 PM
See schools page for school show times (school show times also have limited seating available for the public)
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
Free with Museum Admission
Red Fish: A Comedy About Depression
Liz and Ethan are navigating the pitfalls of being a teenager in 2016, while dealing with their own depression and anxiety. Along the way they meet the Superhero Redfish who claims he’s here to help them… but what happens when our innermost voice becomes our worst enemy?
See schools page for tour dates for schools
And in other news:
We will be touring Two in the Coop to various locations in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador in April/May 2017.
Get your tickets for Two in the Coop at the Capitol Theatre, New Brunswick here: