LOVE AS A VIRUS

LOVE AS A VIRUS

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Company
Mark Mywords-Ink
Creator(s)
Mark H. Albert
Runtime
60 minutes

When the masks come off....

Hannahbelle and Joseph met by accident in a pandemic. As they talk, it's apparent that something that has happened to Hannahbelle has left her in a dark place. Joseph might know more about it than he is revealing. Struggling to find her voice, Hannahbelle turns to music. She asks herself - can she find the light?

Featuring a wonderful new song, "Find the Light."


Credits

Director
Liz Best
Cast
Mateo Chavez Lewis
Vivien Shepherd
Trevor Cartlidge
Victoria Shepherd
Producer
Mark My Words-Ink
Videographer
Nicholas Porteous
Composer
Mark H. Albert
Hartley Mandel
Vivien Shepherd
Arranger
Mateo Chavez Lewis
Vivien Shepherd
Graphic Designer
Maeve Banyard

Accessibility information

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Land acknowledgement

We are grateful to Alumnae Theatre for allowing us the use of their building and stage, and we want to acknowledge the land as the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of New Credit, an Anishnaabe people, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat and the Petun people, land covered by the Dish with One Spoon Wampum-Belt Treaty. We are grateful for their continued stewardship of the land, and we commit ourselves to building a relationship built on honour and respect.


Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of ageMature language

Issues of alcohol abuse, domestic abuse, cultural stereotyping.