Wyoming Arts Council

Prize-winning "Wrecked" at WYO Theater

On Tuesday, Jan. 29, 7 p.m., the WYO Theater in Sheridan presents the Roseneath Theatre’s Wrecked. The playtackles the issues of alcohol abuse in the lives of teenagers and their families with intelligent humor, subversive wit and candid reality. Through innovative staging and contrasting performance styles, the play presents two perspectives: teenagers as victims of parental alcohol abuse and teenagers themselves as abusers. Hip to teen culture, playwright Chris Craddock has done a rare thing – he’s created an engaging and provocative theatre experience about significant social issues that is funny, entertaining and accessible to teens without compromising the power of its educational agenda.”

Wrecked was named the winner of the Dora Awards for Outstanding Production and Performance. It also won the 2006 Canada Council of the Arts’ T.Y.A. Prize.

Tickets are on sale now: $22 for adults, $20 senior and military, $15 stduents, and $10 children.

Call the box office at 307-672-9084.

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