8:00PM Wednesday, 24 February, 2016 PST/PDT  at  Theatre Inconnu, 1923 Fernwood Road
Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon

Three young Jewish adults Daphna and her two cousins: brothers Jona and Liam; along with Melody Liam’s non-Jewish girlfriend find themselves together in the aftermath of the grandfather’s funeral. A vicious and hilarious brawl over family, faith and legacy ensues. This is a play that probes deeply yet humourously into our need to be both embraced by, and acknowledged as distinct within, the community with which we choose to align ourselves: be it based in faith, kinship, or friendship. The dialogue is blistering and riveting as each character strives to attain this balance.