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Stories from Parkdale
Fri, 3 February 2017, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST
The 150 Stories Project began as Brick and Mortar Toronto's response to the current disconnect between Toronto audiences and artists.
15 groups were given the task of picking a Toronto community that does not often see itself in today's storytelling.
Each participant interviewed one person from their group's chosen community and each group then created a performance piece based on the stories heard in the interviews.
The result: 15 communities, 150 storytellers, 150 stories.
This group is, lead by Luis Fernandes, is focussed on the Parkdale community
For the past 10 years, and until 2016, Luis Fernandes and the Unit 102 Actor's company owned and operated the successful Unit 102 Theatre in Parkdale. That is, until they were forced out several months ago by development in the very neighbourhood they helped to grow. While they search for a new location for their company, Luis chose to focus on the community and find out just exactly what stories are hidden within.
Tickets are $25.00 each. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.
Each show will receive 2 performances at 2 Brick and Mortar's locations, across the city. Please ensure you are booking for the correct date and location.
Seating is limited. Please reserve online in advance to avoid disappointment.
If you have any questions about the event or the ticket sales, call Brick and Mortar.
416 949 9252