The Memory of Water begins tonight at the Village Theatre

The Memory of Water starts at the Village Theatre tonight (April 4). - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
The Memory of Water starts at the Village Theatre tonight (April 4).

How accurate is Memory?

Although three sisters grew up together, they have distinctly different memories of many of their lives’ events.

In The Memory of Water, they reunite for their mother’s funeral, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease, and what transpires is funny, profound and tragic all at the same time.

Memory is the underlying theme in The Memory of Water, directed by Gordon May, playing at the Village Theatre in Qualicum Beach April 4 - 21.

Tickets for the show are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors and $10 for students.

Stop by the box office in Qualicum Beach during office hours at 110 West 2nd Ave, call 250-752-3522 or email info@echoplayers.ca.

Visit www.echoplayers.ca for more information.

—News Staff


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