Do you remember the last time you really wanted to do something but were too scared? Do you remember the feeling of fear and uncertainty as you sat in self-doubt wondering if you could really do it and then the overwhelming satisfaction and reward you felt afterwards? Eight talented ladies took to the stage last fall despite their fear to try something new and this is what happened:
With Canadian playwright Janet Feindel’s A Particular Class of Women, the ladies of NeverYouMind Productions, brave and ambitious as they are (just like the characters they portray), decided to jump straight in at the deep end, revealing both their company and themselves on stage, in the most literal sense of the word, as strippers.
As the audience entered the dark underworld of The Cabaret Circus, the ladies took to the stage one by one, baring their souls, their hearts and their bodies to tell a very human story that connected with men and women of all ages and backgrounds. With passionate and heart-felt responses in hand and the desire to push themselves further, NeverYouMind will ambitiously remount the show at several venues this spring. Will they succeed round two? As long as the audience is willing to take the fearful and exciting ride with them they think so!
A Particular Class of Women
WHEN: Feb 4 – 8, 8PM
Feb 18 – 22, 8PM
Feb 23, 2PM & 8PM
March 6 – 8, 8PM
WHERE: Firehall Arts Centre, 280 E Cordova St, Vancouver (Feb 4 – 8)
Presentation House Theatre, 333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver (Feb 18 – 23)
Inlet Theatre, 100 Newport Dr, Port Moody (Mar 6 – 8)
TICKETS: $28 Adults, $23 Students / Seniors (subject to applicable box office fees)