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The Quiet Radicals de The Three Seamstresses

Read this proposal in English Dans le drame historique, il y a une pénurie de sources qui nous présentent les femmes novatrices. Mais nous savons que ces femmes existaient. À Montréal dans les années 1940s, par exemple, quatre femmes ont apporté des contributions...

Mizushōbai (The Water Trade) de Julie Tamiko Manning

Julie Tamiko Manning Consult the proposal in English Kiyoko Tanaka-Goto est née à Tokyo en 1896. Son père quitte le Japon pour se rendre à San Francisco à la recherche d’une vie meilleure, laissant derrière lui la petite Kiyoko, alors âgée de quatre ans, et sa mère...

Madeleine by Roxanne Dubois

Roxanne Dubois is a labour activist, Franco-Ontarian and occasional writer. Based in Toronto, she spends most of her time organizing, educating and activating young people and precarious workers. She scribbles stories in different forms and continues to believe in a...

Symbolically United by Victoria Freeman and Ange Loft

Lire la proposition en français “Symbolically United” by Victoria Freeman and Ange Loft, was initially written as a 20 minute one act ‘Play within a Show’ for the “Talking Treaties Spectacle” at Fort York’s 2017 Aboriginal Arts Festival, the...

The Quiet Radicals by The Three Seamstresses

Lire la proposition en français In historical drama, there is a dearth of material featuring groundbreaking women. These women are known to have existed: in Montreal alone, in the 1940s, for instance, four such women made powerful and long-lasting contributions that...

Sasquatch by Darla Contois

Darla Contois is a Cree/Salteaux performer, playwright and poet. She graduated from the Centre for Indigenous Theatre’s professional training program in 2014, attended David Smukler’s National Voice Intensive and premiered her solo show White Man’s Indian...