Watching Glory Die

Watching Glory Die

$15.00

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Inspired by the true story of New Brunswick teen Ashley Smith. Deliberately fictionalized, a riveting and deeply compassionate portrait of three women – Glory, incarcerated for minor offences at age 14; Rosellen, the girl’s adoptive mother desperately trying to remain connected to her daughter; Gail, a prison guard, walking the line between her ‘orders’ and her conscience.

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SHOW DESCRIPTION

by Judith Thompson produced by Mulgrave Road Theatre (Guysborough, Nova Scotia)
Directed by Emmy Alcorn
Featuring Stephanie MacDonald
Stage Manager Sarah O’Brien
Sound Design by Stephen Naylor
Lighting Design by Ingrid Risk
Set Design by Tanner Welsh

Inspired by the true story of New Brunswick teen Ashley Smith. Deliberately fictionalized, a riveting and deeply compassionate portrait of three women – Glory, incarcerated for minor offences at age 14; Rosellen, the girl’s adoptive mother desperately trying to remain connected to her daughter; Gail, a prison guard, walking the line between her ‘orders’ and her conscience.

For more details read our blog post all about the production.

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Times

Thursday, September 21, 2017 • 2:30 PM, Thursday, September 21, 2017 • 9 PM, Friday, September 22, 2017 • 7 PM

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