Nelly Boy

Performers Allan Zinyk & Amitai Marmorstein tell us why we should see

Nelly Boy

Written by: Dave Deveau

Directed by: Cameron Mackenzie

Starring: Amitai Marmorstein and Allan Zinyk

Presented by: Zee Zee Theatre (link)

Though biologically a boy, Nelly is hardly male, nor female. A tumultuous teen in a family who can’t understand gender difference, Nelly takes the audience through a haunting tale of suburban life. An interrogator, in turn, attempts to put the pieces together in order to discover how Nelly was found running naked along a highway. This is a story about a person struggling to find space to exist between the black and white of the world.

Following the hugely successful inaugural production of Bryden MacDonald’s Whale Riding Weather, Zee Zee Theatre continues to strive to create theatre that explores the small stories and intimate moments in people’s lives through which limitless humanity and depth of character can be revealed.

Oct 22 – Nov 1, 2009 (opens Oct 23)
Tuesday – Sunday, 8:00 PM (except Nov 1)

PAL Vancouver Theatre
8th Floor, 581 Cardero Street (Coal Harbour)

Pay-What-You-Can preview: Thurs Oct 22 8:00 PM

2-for-1: Sun Oct 25 2:00 PM
Pay-What-You-Can: Wed Oct 28 2:00 PM
Closing Matinee: Sun Nov 1 2:00 PM
Panel discussion: Sun Oct 25 following the matinee
Tickets: $25.50/$21.50
* Single tickets and See Seven Passholder reservations available through Tickets Tonight. Call 604-684-2787 or visit www.ticketstonight.ca

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