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Think Pink!

If you think you should go see In Pink, the play dealing with the anti-bullying movement started by two Annapolis Valley teens, just because you’ll learn something about the impact of bullying, you’re wrong. You should go see In Pink because it’s so many things that live theatre should be—entertaining, funny, well-written, well-acted, illuminating, challenging…do I need to go on? Andria Wilson and Michael Mcphee of Left Foot First Productions have taken this true story and written a dramatically viable work that will be enjoyed by young and old alike. Mcphee, as the happy-go-lucky Travis, creates a remarkably believable portrait of a kid who can look on the bright side of the worst situations. Christopher Fowler, as the more introspective DJ, anchors the show with a heartfelt performance. This play has a lot to say about the power that we all have, though it doesn’t sugar coat the consequences of standing up for what is right. I understand that tomorrow’s show is sold out, so get your tickets for Saturday or Sunday while you can.

In Pink plays on Friday May 9 at 11am and May 10 and 11 at 2pm at the Alderney Landing Theatre

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