What makes Vancouver Islanders unique? This is the question that drives the Seeds and Salt Theatre Company’s latest production, The Road Less Travelled. It uncovers three amazing stories of Vancouver Island’s past and retells them in a dramatic style that encourages the audience to share lives, loves, intrigues, and heroic deeds from the past and interact with the characters. This year the company is covering the early days of logging, the construction of the Malahat Road, and stories about Japanese people who lived here in the early days.
The Seeds and Salt Theatre Company, founded by the Bamberton Historical Society, invites you to be a part of these stories. The Nanaimo Museum will host their interactive live theatre production, The Road Less Travelled, at 1 pm on July 3 and 10, 2010. Tickets are $15 at the door. For more information call Joanne Husband at 250-758-3418. You’ll be surprised at how much there is to discover!