2019/20 Season - “Are We There Yet?”
Examining where we’ve come as a society, and how far we have left to go..
• Camille: Un rendez-vous au-delà du visuel by Audrey-Anne Bouchard at Montréal, arts interculturels.
Au-delà du visuel (Beyond Sight) is a creation project exploring how to create and communicate an artistic experience that does not involve sight. This play creates a space of encounter in which every individual is at the same level with or without visual limitations.
N.B. We are supporting the independant production of this show. please visit project website for more information and to purchase tickets.
Honour: Confession of a Mumbai Courtesan, written and performed by Dipti Mehta at Montréal, arts interculturels.
Honour is a story of a girl child in a brothel, which reveals the truth of millions of sex trafficked-girls across the world. Honour is a multiple award winner including Best actress, Best Solo including Nirbhaya Award for showcasing women’s issues through Art.
• Counter Offence by Rahul Varma, directed by Liz Valdez at the Segal Centre. (MARCH 2020)
Counter Offence is collision of virtues: struggle to end racism comes in conflict with struggle to end violence against women. Counter Offence is a murder mystery, exploring, consequences of gender vs race and skin-colour.
• To Stand Again, Verbatim play by Jim Forsythe, directed by Liz Valdez.
Based on interviews of Syrian refugees, To Stand Again aims to bring both the challenge and the hope of these new Canadians.