By Kenneth T. Williams
Presented by Globe Theatre School
Indigenous Initiatives Sponsor:
In Care will be showing at the Artesian on 13th Avenue.
In Care is about a mother’s quest to get her children out of foster care. Janice Fisher has not had an easy life. She worked the streets as a teenager, suffered from addiction, and had her first daughter taken from her when she was just 15. But she’s since turned her life around and is a good mother to three happy girls—until a false accusation gets them apprehended by foster care. Now, Janice is trapped in the system and the more she struggles to get out, the more stuck she becomes.
Globe Theatre is committed to honouring the ceremonial aspects of this production. More information about what to expect as an audience member.
This is a pay-what-you-can production.*
A limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets will be available at the door for each performance of In Care. You can also reserve your seat by purchasing an advance ticket for $20 plus fees and taxes.
*Recommended donation at the door of $10. Cash only.
|Skyler Anderson||Bayley van Rijn|
|Wanita Bird||Holland Trent|
|Allana Dorion||Janice Fisher|
|Erin Goodpipe||Angel Carriere|
|Curtis Peeteetuce||Director and Co-Sound Designer|
|Lexi Rennebohm||Set and Prop Designer|
|Mackenzy Vida||Wardrobe Designer|
|Devon Bonneau||Lighting and Co-Sound Designer|
|Tori Yuzik||Stage Manager|