A mysterious meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1941. Two renowned nuclear scientists, one a Jew, the other a German. The Nazis have occupied Denmark and most of Europe…are poised to take on the world.
What did these men discuss and why, and how close did the Nazis come to creating an atom bomb? What stopped them? A true story about real people. More »
Theatre Aquarius is pleased to present Toronto, Mississippi in a co-production with the Playhouse Theatre Company, Vancouver. Written by Governor General Award-winning playwright Joan MacLeod, this heartfelt family drama is about Jhana, a mentally challenged girl who, like any teenager, tries to decipher a complicated adult world. When Jhana’s father, an Elvis impersonator, returns after a long absence, her unusual family is thrust into action. Beautifully, humorously, and touchingly exploring themes of mental disability, abandonment, love, and lust, Toronto, Mississippi is a Canadian gem. More »
The Hamilton Black History committee is pleased to invite you to one of the largest and most spectacular Black History Month celebrations in the golden horseshoe region… The Rev. John C. Holland Awards.
The 13th Annual Rev. John C. Holland Awards will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at Michelangelo’s Banquet Centre, 1555 Upper Ottawa Street, Hamilton. 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 7:00 p.m. dinner. More »