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Sunday June 10 2018 at 2:30 PM
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× Presented by Kaleidoscope Theatre

Twelve-year-old June is working on a school project. Her research materials are strewn around her bedroom; it looks like a hurricane has blown through! She has chosen two subjects: the Beothuk People of Newfoundland, and The Great Auk, a flightless sea bird. What they have in common is that they no longer exist. June takes us on a journey linking our past to the present as she asks questions about Indigenous People, species extinction, and what does reconciliation really mean? She forms a fun-loving, imaginary friendship with a Beothuk woman called Demasduit, interviews a Viking and survives an ocean voyage in a storm! June asks questions about our history and the impact we have had on First Nations People.

Tickets: $15 (Adults) / $10 Children (plus GST) Family Discount available (by phone or in-person - sorry, not available online)

Part of Kaleidoscope Theatre's Family Theatre Festival


Belfry Theatre Studio A
1291 Gladstone Ave @ Fernwood
Victoria BC V8T 1G5

Performance Notes

Part of Kaleidoscope Theatre's FAMILY THEATRE FESTIVAL

For family group rates (2+ children accompanied by an adult), please call the box office at: 250-385-6815


This is a festival seating performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.

Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.