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A dramatic, educational and emotive experience that explores little-told stories of the events of Dec. 6, 1917. It is a day that has become synonymous with tales of heroism, survival and of how a community fought against the disaster and the elements. It is a tale of how Canadians emerged from under terrible condidions to help each other.

It is exactly one hundred years after the two ships collided, causing a gigantic and devastating explosion. As the characters share their stories, experiences and history, we the audience experience the tribute to the diverse communities and cultures in Nova Scotia. It’s a story of survival and growth, of destruction and hope. But, this story is not born of fiction: it happened.

Story by Karen Bassett
Directed by Koumbie
Featuring: Troy Adams, Mauralea Austin & Lisa Nasson
$25 (adult)
$18 (student, senior, artist rate)
Plus box office fees and hst
(In Person: 2309 Maynard St – 9am-5pm)