Sarah Berthiaume translated by Nadine Desrochers

DOI: 10.5040/9781770917323.00000004
Scenes: 16. Roles: Male (3) , Female (3) , Neutral (0)

Garin was two years old when his mother disappeared from a rundown East Vancouver neighbourhood. Now that the Robert Pickton trials are gaining national attention, Garin wonders if his mother, a First Nations woman, could be one of the unidentified victims. His ailing father isn't forthcoming with answers, and Garin's suspicions are at an all-time high. In the midst of all this, his roommate Yuko has taken in Kate, a young pregnant hitchhiker who unintentionally wreaks havoc on their friendship. But when Garin’s father is hospitalized, nothing else matters but finally determining the truth about his mother. In this deftly written play the characters grapple with the harsh Yukon winter within a world of racism, addiction and loneliness.

From Yukonstyle


Playwrights Canada Press

Sarah Berthiaume translated by Nadine Desrochers

ISBN: 9781770912694

Series: Playwrights Canada Press

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