Written By Jordan Tannahill
Produced by Theatre SKAM
Directed by Kathleen Greenfield
Concord Floral is a million square foot abandoned greenhouse and a hangout for neighbourhood kids. But something has happened there. Something nobody wants to talk about. Concord Floral re-imagines Giovanni Boccaccio's medieval allegory The Decameron in a contemporary Canadian suburb, in which ten teens must flee a plague they have brought upon themselves. The play was written by Governor General Award-winning playwright Jordan Tannahill and originally created by Erin Brubacher, Cara Spooner and Jordan Tannahill with a cast of teenagers in Toronto.
This show will scare and delight Victoria audiences. Theatre SKAM will set the play outdoors in a site specific structure that uses the natural environment as a setting.
July 31 - August 26th
Content Warning - Concord Floral features strong sexual language. It is a 13 + show.
More info to come May 2018.