Tickets now on sale for Old Stock: a refugee love story
written by Hannah Moscovitch, Ben Caplan, and Christian Barry
directed by Christian Barry
2b theatre company joins forces with klezmer-folk sensation Ben Caplan and Dora Award-winning playwright Hannah Moscovitch to tell a Canadian refugee story that hits close to home.
This genre-bending music-theatre hybrid is inspired by the real life story of Moscovitch’s great-grandparents, both Romanian Jews, immigrating to Canada in the early twentieth century. Ben Caplan plays the mysterious emcee in this examination of the refugee experience, viewed through the historical lens of Jewish immigrants a hundred years ago. And it’s also a love story. The show will take the form of a humourously dark folktale woven together with a high-energy concert.
Early bird tickets will be available until April 1st, at which point General Admission tickets will be $30 and Underwaged tickets will be $20. If any tickets are available at the door, they will be $35 and $25 respectively.
Underwaged tickets are available to anyone with limited disposable income, including (but not limited to) students, arts workers, and seniors on fixed incomes.
Want to see Old Stock, but can’t afford it right now? Find details about our Access 2b program here.
If you bring a friend who has never seen a 2b show to Old Stock, you’ll both save 20% when you use the promo code NEWBIE.
Special thanks to the Citadel Theatre, the Theatre Arts Residency Program at Banff Centre, and the National Arts Centre for their contributions to the development of Old Stock.
2b gratefully acknowledges support from the city of Halifax, Nova Scotia’s Department of Communities, Culture, and Heritage, Arts Nova Scotia, the Canada Council for the Arts, Canadian Heritage, Business for the Arts, Office Interiors, O’Regan’s, Red Door Realty, and RBC Financial Group.