Ghost Light Players Proudly Presents Michael J Krym’s OKNO at Atelier Virginianne Gallery of Shō, Art, Spirit & Performance on November 2-4, 9-11, 16-18, 23-25, 2017.
Ghost Light Players, the multi-award winning theatre company that brought you Voices of Vimy and Better Living, continue their All-Canadian season with Michael J Krym’s OKNO.
OKNO is the story of a Polish family that has lost their daughter. Unable to find help from the police, and out of rational explanations, Adam, Evelyna, and her brother, Aleks, have all given up in their own ways. However, the reasons behind her mysterious disappearance are anything but easily explained.
Okno follows the extraordinary girl named Ola, and the events leading to her disappearance. It quickly becomes apparent that she is capable of more than most; able to intuit people’s thoughts, see beyond solid surfaces, and even claims to have the ability to fly. It is a struggle for her parents to see beyond their own fears to help Ola figure out her place in the world. Between the constantly intensifying prescription pills, and a further maddening diagnosis from every doctor she meets, her only support comes from her brother Aleks.
On Ola’s path to figuring out her own destiny, she must help those she cares about most see their own lives for what they truly are.
OKNO is directed by Jeffery Bastien and written by local Windsor writer, Michael J Krym.
Show starts at 8pm each night.
Tickets are $20, or $15 for students (with valid student ID).
In affiliation with the Windsor Youth Center, the Ghost Light Players will be accepting cash and food donations which will be given to the WYC.
Tickets can be purchased online at glpwindsor.com, or by contacting GLP at 519 982 1291 or firstname.lastname@example.org