Postmarginal - Cultural Diversity as Theatrical Practice

THE IDEA


Postmarginal is a workshop and a symposium project that intends to transition cultural diversity in the theatre from exercises in identity politics into a form of contemporary theatrical practice.

WHAT

DOES

POST

MARGINAL

MEAN?

Symposium

"Beyond Representation"


April 9 – 11, 2017
@ Daniels Spectrum

 

Sunday, April 9th...in the Ada Slaight Hall6pm to 10pm


Opening Reception

and

Keynote Address

Monday, April 10th...in the Aki Studio10am to 6pm


Directing Across Difference

Beyond Accents

The Critical Difference

Tuesday, April 11th...in the Aki Studio10am to 6pm


Intercultural and Activist Theatrical Practice

Gender Fluidity and Theatrical Practice

Register Herefor theSymposium

Workshop

"Subject and Creation"

     April 1, 2, 8 and 9

     @ Aluna Theatre

Co-Chairs:
Natalie Alvarez
Associate Professor
Brock University

Ric Knowles
Professor Emeritus
University of Guelph

Keynote Speaker:
Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
emcee, playwright, administrator, agitator

PARTNERS

Location


Aki Studio and Ada Slaight @ Daniels Spectrum

585 Dundas Street East
Toronto, Ontario
M5A 2B7