Love Bomb – A Play With Music coming to Fort St. John

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A powerful musical play is coming to Fort St. John on Monday, September 19th. Tickets for the show are sold at the door and the play is taking place at NPSS at 7:00 pm. All proceeds go to NPSS.

The play focuses on Human Trafficking in young people, as well as communities. The show is set in Fort St. John, but apparently has been playing a lot in Vancouver. The artists are from down south, and have decided to set the play in Fort St. John.

Sarah Vickruck, who plays Justine, says her character had her song go viral. She then gets accosted by Lillian, a mother looking for her daughter.

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Reneè Laci, a director, says Sex Trafficking is a very real issue, and that a lot of people might have pre-conceptions about the issue itself.

Sarah Vickruck hopes this play raises awareness about human trafficking, and helps start making change.

You can view the trailer below.

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