Playing | Mar 8 2013 - Mar 16 2013
By Tom Lycos & Stefo Nantsou
Teen Show: Recommended for ages 13 and up.
Based on a true story of two boys on trial for manslaughter after a rock thrown from a freeway overpass kills a motorist. This high-energy, inventive and intensely physical play weaves in other true stories of similar incidents from around the world and raises questions surrounding crime, punishment and the possibility of redemption.
Please note: THE STONES contains language that is not appropriate for all audiences and is recommended for ages 13 and up.
In the Studio.
IN THE MEDIA
VIDEO: Go behind the scenes of Y Stage
March 8, 2013
Go behind the scenes of Y Stage, a groundbreaking youth theatre series. Y Stage Producer and Director Nathan Pronyshyn rehearses The Stones, a play which explores the ramifications of reckless behavior and the youth justice system. myCalgary (arts & culture) Episode #414. Air date: March 8, 2013
We would like to extend a special thanks to Telus OptikLocal and Spotlight Productions.
Y Stage featured in The Calgary Herald
March 6, 2013
Y Stage consistently produces some of the best theatre for young audiences in the city. Now the company is back with another challenging show (recommended for kids 13 and older): The Stones, an Australian drama by Tom Lycos and Stefo Nantsou. "It's a dense 50 minutes," says Y Stage artistic director and the show's director Nathan Pronyshyn."The first half," he says, "is physical comedy and mime work that gets everybody laughing - teen boy fun - and then it just drops in and becomes quite a dark play."
Read the full article: http://www.calgaryherald.com/entertainment/driving+fans+with+rush+hour+concert/8059124/story.html
Opening night | Fri Mar 8th, 7:00pm