FAQ

What is Postmarginal?

Postmarginal is a collective movement in the performing arts that seeks to research, develop, and discuss creative works that are inspired by pluralism.

Which types of performing arts does Postmarginal focus on?

Postmarginal works with artists that create in genres including circus, theatre, performance, music, and dance. These artists work in community and/or industry settings.

What is the marginal in Postmarginal?

It could refer to the margins of the rehearsal hall, which are traditionally defined by North American/European norms. It can also refer to marginalized communities, including any group of persons who traditionally face prejudice or racism (for example, Indigenous Black, Persons of Colour, LGBTQ2S+, Neurodiverse/Mad, Disabilities).

Is Postmarginal an Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization (EDID) project?

Our activities intersect with the work of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization, however, we explore an aspirational world in which we imagine what relationships could be like if the EDID process were nearing completion.

Does the word “postmarginal” refer to a world beyond marginalization of communities?