March 2, 2011: Theatre @ York’s season finale is the Jacobean drama The Witch of Edmonton, running March 20 to 26 in the Sandra Faire and Ivan Fecan Theatre at York University.
Penned by William Rowley, Thomas Dekker and John Ford in 1621, the play was based on an actual person and supposedly real-life events that gripped the village of Edmonton, near London, earlier that year. More »
I Marcus Garvey is a play on the life and works of Marcus Garvey told through music and multi media. He was born August 17, 1887 in St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica, and spent his entire life in the service of his people–African people. He was bold; he was uncompromising and he was one of the most powerful orators on record. Garvey emphasized racial pride, his goal was nothing less than the total and complete redemption and liberation of African people around the planet. Arriving in the United States poor and unknown, within four years he became the most talked about black man in the United States and the Caribbean, and perhaps in the world. More »
Nohayquiensepa (No one knows)
A Requiem for the Forcibly Displaced More »
Mosaic Storytelling Festival – Tales from Around the World
The Open Door East End Arts Collective and St. David’s Anglican Church celebrate the diversity and creativity of our rich East End neighbourhood – and our world – through six afternoons of storytelling with tellers and tales from all across the globe. Occurring every two weeks from Jan. 23 to Apr. 17 at 3 pm in St. David’s parish hall at 49 Donlands Ave, right across from Donlands subway station. More »