Young Actors Company
In a surreal and gothic suburbia, ten teens flee a mysterious plague they have brought upon themselves.
Concord Floral is a million-square foot greenhouse in a suburb of the city. Having been abandoned for years, it is seen as a scourge by concerned parents in the nearby subdivisions. It is also a refuge for neighbourhood teens; a place of their own in which to throw parties, experiment, dream, dare and come of age.
Written by the winner of the 2014 Governor General’s Award, 26-year old Jordan Tannahill is described as “one of Canada’s most promising young independent theatre artists.”
Concord Floral won the 2015 Dora Mavor Moore Award for Outstanding New Play.
The Young Actors Company is an elite training program for students ages 13-18 who show exceptional talent in the areas of acting and wish to advance their skills.
The Summer Intensive, which provides approximately 2 weeks, or 80 hours of instruction and performance, is $500 + HST.
The spring program, which provides approximately 160 hours of instruction and performance over 9 weeks, is $500 + HST.
Students must attend a Summer Intensive Program or have been a cast member of a previous Young Actors Company production.
Please contact Chuck Homewood at 902-429-7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions.
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