VESTA - a play about living, loving and letting go!

November 3 2:00 pm


VESTA – a play about living, loving and letting go!

How do we deal with the loss of ability and a life-limiting illness?  The play VESTA, by Bryan Harnetiaux, addresses this subject from the perspective of elderly Vesta and her family.  The script, which has been adapted to bring a Canadian and regional perspective, looks at the services available in the community to help this family.

Playing the role of Vesta is Marnie Jacobsen. Rounding out the 5 member cast are Jenni Sirges, Aaron Cosbey, Molly Jamin, and Stephanie Buhler, with Lisa Henderson as director. Hopefully the audience will be both entertained and educated about adjusting to the loss of a loved one’s abilities and function, and ultimately, that loved one's death.  It is a roller coaster of emotion!

Sponsored by the Greater Trail Hospice Society with a grant from the LeRoi Foundation

Where: Iona Hall (basement of St. Andrew’s Church; entry via the back alley door)

When: Friday, Nov. 1 at 7pm and Sunday, Nov. 3 at 2pm

Tickets: $10.00 at the door or at the GT Hospice Society office in Kiro

Goodies: available by donation

Town: Rossland, BC
Venue: Iona Hall – in the basement of St. Andrew's Anglican Church
Address: 1347 Pine Avenue, Trail (access via the back alley door)