Windsor Writer Michael Krym’s Okno Opens This Weekend

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Ghost Light Players, the multi-award winning theatre company that brought you Voices of Vimy and Better Living, continue their all Canadian season with Michael J. Krym’s Okno.

The story of a Polish family living in modern Warsaw as they struggle to understand the mystery surrounding their missing daughter, Ola. Despite the best efforts of her parents, Adam and Evelyna, the facts surrounding her sudden disappearance are anything but black and white.

Between the surreal explanations of her older brother Aleks, and the fantastical tales of a light that visits Ola, the family stands torn between what their eyes see and what waits beyond their reach.

Directed by Jeffery Bastien, and written by local Windsor writer, Michael J. Krym, Okno will be performed at the Atelier Virginianne Gallery of Shō – Art Spirit Performance, located on
Drouillard.

The show will run from November 2-4, 9-12, 16-18, 23-25.

Tickets are $20 or $15 for students ($10 for students on opening night). In affiliation with the , the Ghost Light Players will be accepting any cash and food donations which will be given to the Windsor Youth Centre.

Advance tickets can be purchased online at glpwindsor.com, Ghost Light Players on Facebook or by calling GLP at 519-982- 1291.

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