THEATRE: World Premiere of on the edge

Join Belfry Theatre for the world premiere of Michele Riml’s new play on the edge, opening Thurs, Jan. 26 at 8 p.m.

Susinn McFarlen stars in the world premiere of Michele Riml’s new play, on the edge, opening at the Belfry, Thursday, Jan. 26. The play looks at the lives of three women — a fashion addict, an RCMP officer and a housewife — each with their unique perspectives, expectations and challenges in life.

Join Belfry Theatre for the world premiere of Michele Riml’s new play on the edge, opening Thurs, Jan. 26 (8 p.m.), and running until Feb. 26.

On the edge looks at the lives of three women in today’s complicated world — a fashion addict, an RCMP officer and a housewife — each with very different perspectives, expectations and personal challenges.

Directed by Riml’s longtime collaborator Andrew McIlroy, on the edge stars Susinn McFarlen, who has starred in Mom’s the Word, Sexy Laundry and A Perfect Ganesh at the Belfry. Tickets are $23 to $38  and are available at tickets.belfry.bc.ca. M

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