WRITTEN BY EMIL SHER
DIRECTED BY TAMARA BROWN
TOURING MONTREAL SCHOOLS FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH
FEBRUARY 6-25, 2017
LOOK BEYOND YOUR OWN NOSE.
Ratt, Spatt and Knat are three red-nosed pirates who guide their cluttered ship wherever the scent of riches leads them. Life is predictable on the blustering seas until Ku, a confident blue-nosed pirate, washes up on deck. Bluenose, a music-filled play for young audiences, explores difference and acceptance from the perspective of a group of zany pirates.
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BY LORENA GALE
MARCH 16-APRIL 2, 2017
SEGAL CENTRE STUDIO
A co-production with Tableau D’Hôte Theatre Company
CAN YOU SEE THE FIRES RISE TO GREET THE SUNSET?
“In 1734 a Negro slave set fire to the City of Montreal…”
This is how history writes it. Marie Angélique; a slave in a Canadian history book. But no one has spoken to the injustice that stoked the inextinguishable fire in her belly. No one can know for certain if she was responsible for the cinder and wreckage; the charred relics of a people’s pain. As Canadians, we have not told the real and forgotten story of Angélique. Not until now.
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