On Stage: January 20, 21, 22 at 8pm
Livestream: January 20 & 22 at 8pm
It makes up most of the planet; it “contains the switch of life.” So why do we know and care so little about the sea? Sea Sick is journalist Alanna Mitchell’s telling of her three-year, global odyssey into ocean health and science. Inspired by her international bestseller and award-winning book of the same name, Sea Sick is an intimate, humourous and chilling plea for a Darwinian-like leap forward that urges us to adapt in the face of extinction.
For tickets, call the Hall at 753-4531, or purchase online
Praise for Sea Sick
“This show is designed to hit you hard with the facts and agitate your wounds with the artistry. It
compels you to think, to act, and ultimately to heal.” – The Feminist Fringe
“a remarkable feat of storytelling and reportage” — The List
“Sea Sick is a quiet call to action, a reminder of our responsibilities, and a crucial examination of
an underexposed issue.” – The Arts Desk
“Sea Sick is a crucial lesson on climate change that we all must hear.” – The Skinny
“…a model for communicating a distressing and complex issue in an accessible and entertaining way.” – Edinburgh Guide
Winner of The 2019 Infallible Awards at Edinburg Fringe
Sea Sick Trailer from The Theatre Centre on Vimeo.