How to Live Forever
Created by Daphne Finlayson
Hypothetical Projects - Winnipeg, MB
V.10 - Stephen Juba Park 
From the producers of (ART)IST (5 STARS, Winnipeg Free Press) comes a new play that explores death, loss and shortbread cookies.
Join us around the fire as we share stories about what it means to be mortal.

Daphne Finlayson

Show Info:
60 Minutes

Parental Guidance

Mild Language, Discussions of death, suicide and self-harm

Thu July 20 7:30 PM
Fri July 21 7:30 PM
Sat July 22 7:30 PM
Sun July 23 7:30 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Tue July 25 7:30 PM
Wed July 26 7:30 PM
Thu July 27 7:30 PM
Fri July 28 7:30 PM
Sat July 29 7:30 PM
Sun July 30 7:30 PM

How to Live Forever

Hypothetical Projects—Stephen Juba Park

When a friend’s mom is dying, a group of friends come together to make sense of it all and comfort each other. This touching play was sincere and relatable. The characters were well written and made you feel apart of their friend group. I definitely misted up at a few of the more serious moments. Very well acted and wonderfully written. If you have experienced or are going through loss, this might be a tough one to watch. At several points I was happy I didn’t bring my fiancé along as he wouldn’t have made it through the show. Being that it’s in an outdoor venue the background was certainly distracting and it was at times difficult to hear because of wind, cars, or music playing from others. Very moving and touching.

Kaitlyn Kriss

Hypothetical Projects

How to Live Forever—Stephen Juba Park

Imagine a bonfire with your nearest and dearest – but one of your own is being a real downer on account of her mom dying.

Come hang out with us in Stephen Juba Park as we make you think about death and get sad and stuff. (We have chairs and blankets to sit on, but bringing your own wouldn’t go amiss!)