Magnus Theatre Presents Peacemaker and Skin

Magnus Theatre for Youth

Magnus Theatre Reaching Out for Youth with Strong Messages

THUNDER BAY – ENTERTAINMENT – Magnus Theatre is pleased to be presenting two plays directed at young people. Peacemaker and Skin are directed by Lila Cano, and reach out to that youth audience.

There are one-time public performances on Friday June 5th at Magnus Theatre at 10:30am.

Peacemaker by David Holman is Suitable for Grades K-6, it runs for approximatly 45 minutes. In times past, the Blue people and the Red people lived in harmony. One day a fight broke out and a wall was put up between the two lands. From then on, the Reds and the Blues have lived on either side of the wall in suspicion and mistrust of each other, until the day that a young Red and a young Blue meet…PEACEMAKER is a charming parable of our culturally diverse society, designed to show the possibility of co-operation overcoming conflict.

Skin by David Foon is suitable for Grades 7-12, it also has an approximate running time of 45 minutes.

SKIN focuses on contemporary race relations as seen through the eyes of four teenagers experiencing racial prejudice at their high school. The Magnus Theatre Production of SKIN will be adapted to reflect regional demographics.

Tickets are only $7 – Affordable for all.

Call 345-5552 or go online at to book now

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