The Queen of Dreams has sharp eyes.
She sees a dream that’s there for the taking,
Clasped in our hands. Pinned to our hearts.
She is waiting for the moment
When we have to let them go.
Marina has big dreams for the future. Remelle has one small hope left. Can Marina and her friends help Remelle and others like him to defeat the Queen of Dreams and imagine new futures?
Following the success of A Generation Rising, CYA@HOME return with this new piece of theatre inspired by The Ballard of Tam Lin. In a world where young people face uncertainties and future dreams hang in the balance, CYA@HOME offer a guiding light in this tale of friendship, solidarity and bold determination.
CYA @ HOME is generously supported by Young Manchester, The Peter Kershaw Charitable Trust and the D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust.
About Community Arts Northwest (CAN)
CAN Young Artists (CYA)@HOME are a company of performers aged 13-18 formed through a partnership project between Community Arts North West and HOME. This is the company’s fourth performance at HOME following the success of What’s Done is Done, The Snow Dragons performed as part of National Theatre Connections Festival 2017 and A Generation Rising.
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Thank you for generous support from The Peter Kershaw Trust and the D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust and support from First Bus, System One Travel and Transport for Greater Manchester.