Sixty Below

Patti Flather

It’s nearly winter solstice when Henry gets out of jail, ready to straighten out his life. Of course it’s not that easy: his old buddies just want to party, his girlfriend’s moving ahead of him, and then there’s the ghost of Johnnie, everyone’s hero, who just won’t leave the northern lights.

Sixty Below premiered at the Native Canadian Centre in Toronto (Native Earth Performing Arts,) directed by Vinetta Stromber). This production was nominated for seven Dora Mavor Moore Awards, small theatre division, including outstanding new play and outstanding production. An earlier version premiered at the Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse (Nakai), directed by Allen MacInnis. Buy your script here.