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Small Town Boys

at the

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2018

Written and performed by Sean Casey Leclaire

Sept 6

8:15pm

Sept 8

1:00pm

Sept 9

8:45pm

1/2 price!

Sept 13

6:45pm

Sept 15

6:15pm

Sept 16

3:15pm

at the Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island

Tickets available at vancouverfringe.com

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A band of boys graduate from a high school in a rough and tumble town near Montreal. After a life-changing moment of violence and recovery, the narrator, one of the boys, follows the two older boys out west. With ruthless self-scrutiny and compassion, the story dives into the nature of deep friend-ship, forgiveness, and the fleeting and fragile moments that define our lives.

The solo show Small Town Boys asks the audience uneasy questions. Does a homeless person shame us all? Is fear stronger than love? What is the power of vulnerability in men?

Written and performed by Sean Casey Leclaire, a Canadian now living in New York and Boston. Sean is a poet, actor, and an executive coach. He lived in Kitsilano in the 1980's and was the former Managing Partner of Leclaire Hamilton Inc.

Directed by Lisa Dalton, a Fort Worth, Texas resident, Lisa is President of the National Michael Chekhov Association. She is a master teacher of Michael Chekhov┬╣s acting technique and a noted documentarian, and author.

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"A timely testosterone wash!"

"Riveting, fierce, equally tender and punch in the gut tough, absolutely hilarious!"

"A big-hearted play about brotherhood, and how no man is born violent."




Read the full Peoplesworth review here.

Read the latest press release here.

Listen to Sean's podcast, Timeless Widsom For Men