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Runs from Wednesday May 12 2021 to Saturday May 29 2021

Approximate running time: 2 hours

Venue

Guild Hall
24 14th Avenue E
Whitehorse YT Y1A 6K9

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× Following Yukon Government COVID guidelines, seating sections will be physically distanced. As of December 1st, masks are mandatory for all patrons. **IF A PERFORMANCE SAYS 'SOLD OUT' there may be tickets available by calling the Guild Hall in advance on the day of. No tickets at door. THERE WILL BE NO WALK UP / RUSH TICKETS AVAILABLE.

If you are ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, please do not attend the performance. Contact the Box Office at boxoffice@yac.ca in order to receive a refund.

Dreary and Izzy, by Ntlaka’pamux playwright Tara Beagan, is the funny and poignant story of the Monoghan sisters, Deirdre and Isabelle, who are suddenly left to care for themselves.

Deirdre, the biological child of the Monoghans – a White Catholic family – takes on the responsibility as the sole caregiver to her older sister, Isabelle, an adopted young Blackfoot woman born with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). Deirdre is struggling in this new role when Freddie Seven Horses, a charming vacuum cleaner salesman, arrives at their door and sparks unexplored emotions in each sister.

All shows are at 8:00 p.m. sharp. Doors open 7:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Yukon Government, Lotteries Yukon, City of Whitehorse, Whitehorse Motors, Yukon Brewing Special Thanks to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Society Yukon

Featuring: Brenda Barnes, Katelyn Clark, Isabelle James-Walker and Colin Wolf

Artistic and production team

Katey Wattam - Director

Mary Sloan - Stage manager

Adrian Woodhouse - Assistant stage manager

Blake Shaá'koon Lepine - Set designer

Kasey Rae Anderson - Lighting designer

Gloria Mok - Costume designer

Annie Hakim - Props designer

Martin Nishikawa - Technical director and sound designer

Austin Roe - Assistant technical director

Al Loewen - Head carpenter

Lea-Ann McNally - Set consultant

Katherine Kellner - Lighting consultant

Philip Geller - Acting/directing support



Some swearing. Some mature subject matter including the Sixties Scoop, racism, ableism, bodily autonomy, and sexually explicit content. Recommended ages 16+

Latecomers will not be admitted