Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy Of (May 22-31!)

Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy of
Written by Omari Newton
Directed by Diane Roberts


Presented by urban ink productions in association with Black Theatre Workshop

Sal Capone is a raw and edgy theatre piece that uses the elements of hip hop to tell a powerful story. Featuring a national and cross-cultural cast of hip hop and theatre heavyweights, it follows a group of friends caught in the aftermath of a police shooting.

Inspired by the loss of Fredy Villanueva, an unarmed youth shot by police five years ago in Montreal, Sal Capone is a dynamic work with a strong socio-political message. Its premiere in Montreal in fall 2013 received rave reviews for its hard-hitting and honest portrayal inspiring inter-generational dialogue.

Cast: Letitia Brookes (Montreal), Tristan D. Lalla (Montreal), Billy Merasty (Toronto), Kim Villagante (Vancouver) and Jordan Waunch (Vancouver).

Sound Design by Troy Soundsgood Slocum, Set & Lighting Design by Ana Capellutto Projection Design by Cande Andrade Gutierrez, Costume Design by Sarah Hall-k.
Dramaturgy by: Emma Tibaldo & Diane Roberts
Production: Emily Hope Thorne & Jethelo Cabilete & Conor Moore

May 22 – 24 and May 27 – 31, 2014 at 8:00 pm
May 24 and 31 matinee at 2:00 pm

$25 adults, $22 seniors and students, $17 youth 13-17 years old
Matinee tickets: $20 adults, $17 seniors and students, $12 youth
May 22 Preview Tickets $10
May 27 Pay What You Can at the door

Location: Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre

181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver
For more information:
604 692-0885


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