École Handsworth Secondary
North Vancouver School District
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Performance Schedule 2022 - 2023​ 

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​Handsworth School Play

Sole Street 

Over 100 theatre, dance, singing, and tech crew students have been busy co-creating and rehearsing Sole Street, the next Handsworth original play to be performed at Handsworth Theatre on May 3-6, 2023.  

Sole Street tickets are on sale starting April 1, 2023. Tickets are $30 each.  They can be purchased through Handsworth Cash Online

Click the links below to purchase tickets for one or more of the following shows. There is a separate purchase link for each show, and people are able to purchase tickets as a “guest".  

Please note, NO tickets will be provided, and all seats are general seating. For entry at the front Handsworth Theatre doors, provide your name and number of tickets purchased.  If requested, please be ready to show proof of purchase.  In addition, there are no cap limits to the number of tickets people may purchase--tickets are “first come, first serve!"  

TICKET LINKS: 5 SHOWS        Tickets on Sale now!  

Wed May 3rd @ 7pm 

Thurs May 4th @ 7pm ​
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Fri May 5th @ 7pm 
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Sat May 6th @ Noon 

Sat May 6th @ 7pm 
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QUESTION? If you have any questions regarding tickets, please contact: 

Inge Luers Knowles 

Parent Volunteer, Head of Tickets  

iluersknowles@gmail.com ​

Thank you for your support. We look forward to sharing our next play creation with you.  

David Beare 

Play Director & Theatre Teacher 

Inge Luers Knowles 

Parent Volunteer, Head of Tickets 


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Handsworth has a rich legacy of performing arts excellence, including music, dance, film and theatre involving over 200 performers from all five grade levels each year.

Our co-curricular process begins in June of each year with grade 12 students writing the play. The following school year, the cast and crew rehearse in class and after school. For the past ten years we have presented our original play in April at Centennial Theatre.  

Like all our plays, we continue to explore two of our central themes: peace education and conflict resolution. As educators, we believe that through co-creating a play, students move through a process of working cooperatively as a community. Through the practices of working cooperatively, students develop an appreciation for people, differences, arts, and excellence! The co-creating process also provides an outlet for students to make various connections with current social issues. 

David Beare (biography)
​Natasha Ray (on leave)
​Tracey Lloyd
​Sandra Droulis

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