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The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

Theatre

The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

The Hours That Remain

Haunted by the disappearance of her sister, Denise desperately seeks out answers to Michelle's disappearance. As she and her husband Daniel grapple with the loss, Denise is visited by Michelle in a series of visions that may help her to find the answers she is looking for.

Playwright Keith Barker came to his inspiration for The Hours That Remain by way of B.C’s Highway of Tears but wants to speak to the much broader epidemic of Canada’s missing women. An epidemic that continues to spread throughout every corner of the nation and one that should feature much more prominently on the public agenda. 

David Storch joins the project as director, taking the reins on a theatrical piece closely connected to a surprising number of Canadians.  “In a play sadly more topical today than ever, Barker manages to introduce and sustain a hope born of the power of love to overcome evil.” 

Ticket Prices & Showtimes

Tuesday to Saturday, 8pm evening shows $21
Sunday, 2pm matinee shows $16
Tuesday, 12:30pm matinee shows $11 

Tickets are available by calling 1-800-204-0855 or in-person at Aki Studio Theatre, 585 Dundas Street East inside Daniels Spectrum

Visit  www.thehoursthatremain.ca for more information

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