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face front logoTwo theatrical groups that are part of Edmonton-based Face Front Inclusive Theatre will be treading the boards at the Dugdale Centre this month.  Broken Silence Theatre Group will be performing The Myth of Marvo's Millions (11th and 12th July), while InterAction Theatre Group's production, Between the Wi and the Fi, will be staged on 25th and 26th July.

Face Front has been pioneering social change through artistic excellence to create an inclusive world since 1999, gaining registered charity status in 2007.  It creates accessible theatre for schools and the public, with disabled and non-disabled performers. Its shows and activities transform the lives of disadvantaged people, improving emotional well-being and addressing social injustice.

The Myth of Marvo's Millions

201907 marvos millions 500pxBroken Silence Theatre Group

Performances: Thursday 11th July @ 1pm & 7:30pm and Friday 12th July @ 7:30pm

The Marvo twins are the current and proud owners of Marvo’s Marvellous Circus. The Troupe have been touring the world with their mesmerising acts for centuries and rumour has it that the circus carry with them a fortune, gathered from around the world over their generations of travel.

An unscrupulous couple of con artists, who ply their trade as a Hypnotist and a Fortune Teller, hear of this fortune and between them hatch a plan to steal the treasure and live the rest of their lives in luxury.

Is the treasure real or is it just a myth?  Can the close knit family of the travelling circus be broken by the Hypnotist and Fortune Teller?  Roll up, Roll up and all will be revealed inside the greatest show on earth.

Between the Wi and the Fi

201907 between the wi and the fiInterACTion Theatre Group

Performances: Thursday 25th July @ 7:30pm and Friday 26th July @ 1pm & 7:30pm

From mobile phones to virtual personal assistants, from drones to androids, technology is everywhere in our modern lives. However as technology evolves, loneliness is also spreading throughout modern society. In this inclusive play with music we explore both these growing epidemics through the lives of a busy modern family. Written, devised and performed by a cast aged 11 to 94!

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