May 24-June 1, 2019 – An urban artistic event exploring the distance a woman feels between herself and the Hasidic women of Montreal; the city she calls home.
Imago Theatre acknowledges that we are located on the unceded Indigenous lands of Tiohtiá:ke/Montreal which is historically known as a gathering place of creativity, community, storytelling and culture for First Nations and indigenous communities including but not limited to the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Huron/Wendat, Abenaki, and Anishinaabeg (Algonquin). Imago Theatre acknowledges and honours The Kanien’kehá:ka Nation’s relationship and status as First Peoples on the lands and waters of the Island of Montreal and surrounding areas. We respect the past, present and future of Indigenous peoples in Montreal and we stand in solidarity with the Indigenous members of our community. To support Indigenous Theatre in Canada, make a donation to the NAC Indigenous Theatre here.
Imago Theatre is a catalyst for conversation, an advocate for equal representation, and a hub for stories about unstoppable women.
We are hosting 6 female-led professional workshop developments for theatre artists.
May 25,26 & June 1&2, 2019
Make a shift/ctrl pledge to increase gender equity for female and non-binary artists.
May 11, 2019
An urban artistic event exploring the distance a woman feels between herself and the Hasidic women living in the city she calls home.
May 24-June 1
Being a part of the composition and sound design team for Elsewhere, has offered opportunity to create an atmosphere that reflects the high tension generated by a huge socio-economic and political crisis happening nowadays in Venezuela.