Monthly Archives: June 2014

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Mumbai Theatre Artist Meets Toronto

A conversation with Quasar Padamsee, a.k.a “Q” – a theatre artist and visiting friend with some interesting things to say on theatre in Mumbai and beyond. Leading theatre director and producer from one of the largest cities in India, Quasar … Continue reading

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NUIT ROSE

JOIN US for an all night queer contemporary art event in celebration of World Pride 2014 on Saturday June 21! Art is happening all around Queen Street West and Church & Wellesley Village. Here’s what we have lined up at The … Continue reading

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DIGEST DIGEST

A day of making, tasting, and good conversation — celebrating the past, present and future of food. Programmed as a series of talks, interviews, workshops, and tastings, culminating in a dinner infused with narrative and theatre — Digest Digest examines … Continue reading

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Toronto Needs a Creative Director

The objective of Jason Logan‘s big-idea campaign, Toronto Needs a Creative Director, is to visualize and narrativize a brighter and better Toronto. It’s also an open call to the GTA and the 2014 mayoral candidates to consider creating an Office … Continue reading

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The Book of Judith

Thursday, June 12 and Friday, June 13 at 7 PM | Saturday, June 14 at 4 PM Tickets $20 | $15 students and seniors BUY TICKETS ONLINE The Book of Judith is a musical play about a self-anointed preacher who … Continue reading

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Copycat Talks

June 10-14, 2014 The Theatre Centre 1115 Queen St. West Copycat Talks The Copycat Academy: A weeklong masterclass with an absent master A project by Hannah Hurtzig Produced by Luminato Festival Tuesday, June 10, 8PM Jennifer Doyle: The Politics of … Continue reading

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The Theatre Centre project that began in 2014 and challenges artists to explore a burning question and create a new work by engaging deeply with communities and locations across the globe. The Tracy Wright Global Archive is generously supported by: … Continue reading