You write a message that you’ll never send. You connect to a stranger in the crowd. You finally get that off your chest. Tracks is a tour through the things we said, wish we’d said, and wonder if we’ll ever give ourselves a chance to say. You choose every step of how you take in this story of self destruction and reconstruction.
Recommended age: 16+.
Content warnings: Self-harm, coarse language.
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Tracks was workshopped at NextFest 2018. As the recipient of the 2019 Westbury Family Theatre Award, it was produced May 19-24 online as part of the Edmonton Fringe Theatre Spotlight Series.
Nominated for Sterling Award: Outstanding Multi-Media Design (Bradley King).
Tracks was supported by the Edmonton Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.
"We need these stories ... Message received."
"New play takes advantage of technology to bring audiences into digital space"
"Fascinating ... on the shifting frontier between art as confession and art as reinvention.
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Director: Beth Dart
Producer: Mac Brock
Production Designer: Elise CM Jason
Design Assistant: Even Gilchrist
Technical Designer: Bradley King
Sound Designer: Kiidra Duhault
Stage Manager: Izzy Bergquist
Assistant Stage Manager: Linda Mullen
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