Pay What You Can benefit performance for Eagle Bay Memorial at Belfry 10/6

September 28, 2009 at 8:15 am (Uncategorized) ()

NEWS RELEASE
Friday, September 25, 2009
For immediate release

Pay What You Can benefit performance for Eagle Bay Memorial
Proceeds from Tuesday, October 6 benefit performance of Bordertown Cafe to go to the Eagle Bay Memorial Trust Fund.

Victoria, BC…The Belfry Theatre announced today that proceeds from a Pay What You Can benefit performance of Bordertown Cafe (Tuesday, October 6) will go to the Eagle Bay Memorial Trust Fund.

“On July 23, 2009, in the small hours of the morning, three sleeping children were engulfed in a flash cabin fire. They were Fergus Conway, Phoebe Conway and Azra Young. Long time summer residents of Eagle Bay, they spent their last day joyfully swimming in the glistening waters of Shuswap Lake. They will be unimaginably missed.”

Azra was the daughter of Kim Collier (Director / Creator) and Jonathon Young (Actor / Creator) from last season’s acclaimed production of Brilliant! The Blinding Enlightenment of Nikola Tesla here at the Belfry. Fergus and Phoebe were Azra’s cousins.

The Eagle Bay Memorial Trust Fund was set up to help build a memorial scholarship in the children’s memory. For more information on the fund – http://www.eaglebaymemorial.com/

For more information on the play, Bordertown Cafe – http://www.belfry.bc.ca/shows-outreach/bordertown-cafe/


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