Powell River Academy of Music

Living Shadows - A One Woman/One Act Show

Friday, April 17 2020 | 7:30 PM | James Hall

Saturday, April 18 2020 | 2:00 PM | James Hall

Admission $20 - Students 18 & under free with student ticket voucher


Tickets are available:

• at the Academy Box Office – 7280 Kemano Street, Monday – Thursday 9:30 - 4:30
• by phone at 604 485 9633
• and at the door 30 minutes before the concert


An active member of the Gracemoon Arts Company Ensemble,
Mitzi Jones began her career over 2 decades ago at the Vancouver Film School before continuing her studies at Lyric School for actors in the Master’s Class. Her professional credits span Film, Theatre, TV, Voice Over, Motion Capture and more from Canada to England and beyond. She is thrilled to bring Tracey Power’s words to life in this timeless story of Mary Pickford, the worlds first ever movie star, to The Powell River Academy of Music. 


Living Shadows tells the story of Mary Pickford, the Canadian born actress who went on to be the first real 'movie star' the world ever new. This one woman show depicts her journey as a young actress on stage to a grown women with the world at her feet. Although as famous, if not more, as her contemporaries, people like Charlie Chaplin, most people have never heard of Mary Pickford , but why...? 

About the Playwright

Tracey Power was born and raised in the beautiful Comox Valley on Vancouver Island and works as an actor, playwright and director/choreographer. A member of The Playwrights Guild of Canada her writing credits include LIVING SHADOWS, A STORY OF MARY PICKFORD. Tracey's self penned one woman show toured her to theatres across Canada and was nominated for four Sterling Awards of which it won Outstanding Production and Outstanding Performance.

LISTEN ONLINE: Tracey Power ...a discussion on Living Shadows