I Am Not A Girl is the story of Erica, born into a large family in the 1970’s who questions who she is, including her gender. The journey of self-discovery takes her through a world of drugs, lesbian encounters, failed relationships, and finally the revelation that Erica can transition to become fully male, and with this promise and the incredible loving support of her Mother, Erica faces the gauntlet of the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual challenges of becoming Eric.
Directed by Ren Kennedy
Introducing Kia Rae Vance as Erica/Eric.
Featuring Sara Southey as Jean
Also featuring dance and movement performance by Toronto’s Sebastian “Bash” Hirtenstein
Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard Productions Society aims to produce socially relevant works that promote conversations and understanding. Established in 2016, Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard Productions Society is a Vancouver-based organization dedicated to exploring significant social circumstances and issues affecting the British Columbia community through theatre and film. Our society aims to pursue sociological insight and understanding through in-depth interviews culminating in stage and film presentations.
Tickets are $20 ($15 for preview).
(Preview) June 21st @8pm
(Opening) June 22nd @8pm
June 23rd @8pm
June 24th @1pm (followed by a Transgender panel discussion after the show)
June 25th @8pm
(Closing) June 26th @8pm