Written by: Omari Newton
NATIONAL TOUR 2015-16
Yukon Arts Centre 18, 19 Mar 2016 in Whitehorse, YK
Presentation House 29 Mar – 2 Apr 2016 in North Vancouver, BC
Produced by Urban Ink and premiered in Vancouver and Montreal (2013-14) in association with Black Theatre Workshop, Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy of is a theatrical powerhouse that follows a young hip hop group caught in the aftermath of a violent police shooting. Inspired by the loss of Fredy Villaneuva, an unarmed youth shot by police in 2008 in Montreal, Sal Capone is a dynamic and edgy work with a strong socio-political message. It is a raw and honest portrayal of friendship, loss and the choices we make when trust is shattered.
Recipient of 5 META Nominations (2014) including Outstanding Professional Production
Directed by: Diane Roberts
Featuring: Letitia Brookes, Troy Emery Twigg, Kim Villagante, Jordan Waunch and Seth Whittaker
Jordan Waunch’s Chase is a driving force, and Kim Villagante’s Jewel is an earthquake – Georgia Straight
Absolutely riveting – Richard “Bugs” Burnett
The performances range from high-octane to explosive – Montreal Gazette
Developed in association with Black Theatre Workshop and Playwrights Workshop Montreal.