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Sunday April 19 2020 at 2:00 PM
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A Western Canada Theatre presentation:

Based on Globe and Mail journalist Ian Brown’s candid and moving memoir of raising his son Walker, The Boy in the Moon captures the journey of a couple raising a child with profound disabilities caused by a rare genetic disorder. Told with directness, innovative staging, and stunning emotional honesty. An unforgettable experience for parents and for anyone who appreciates a story of triumph through adversity.



Relaxed pay-what-you-can performance on April 19 at 2:00pm. More details at wctlive.ca/boyinthemoon.htm!

Produced by Neworld Theatre in partnership with the Rare Disease Foundation



For more show information, visit www.wctlive.ca/boyinthemoon.htm

Venue

Pavilion Theatre
1025 Lorne Street
Kamloops BC V2B 8H6


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Performance Notes

A Western Canada Theatre presentation:

A story of triumph through adversity that captures the journey of a couple raising a child with profound disabilities. Innovative staging and stunning emotional honesty.

This is also a Relaxed Pay-What-You-Can performance!
For more information on our Relaxed Performances, please visit: www.wctlive.ca/specialperformances.htm

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