Written by Joan MacLeod, directed by Marjorie Dunn. In an imaginary letter to an absent older brother, Braidie struggles to understand the torture and killing of a teenage girl by a group of her schoolmates. MacLeod’s young protagonist enters all the bright open avenues of peer-group play and the dark blind alleys of individual and collective terror, as she discovers within herself both the capacity for and the conflict between impulses of good and evil.
Part of the North Shore Zone of BC Theatre Festival of Plays
With nightly professional adjudications by Joan MacLean