Thank you to everyone who came out to see Intractable Woman.
Your support of and participation in dialogue around the play's exploration of freedom of speech and freedom from censorship through the lens of the intractable female journalist Anna Politkovskaya was invaluable.
You can see some of our audience's thoughts on the show on our #intractablewoman tagboard here:https://tagboard.com/intractablewoman/search
We'll see you at the next Imago event! If you liked the play and you want to support Imago's mission to be a hub for stories about unstoppable women, donate through Canada Helps here: www.canadahelps.org/dn/8437... See MoreSee Less
ImagoInterest: Celebrating Black History Month (which should be every month), honouring Bell Hooks and her work as an advocate for intersectional feminism AND continuing to collectively work against systemic oppression.
"Meaningful resistance to dominator culture demands of all of us a willingness to accurately identify the various systems that work together to promote injustice, exploitation, and oppression. There can be no love where there is domination. And any time we do the work of ending domination we are doing the work of love." -Bell Hooks
Black Theatre Workshop's Black History Month School Tour will have its public presentation this Saturday February 18, 2017 at 1pm and 3pm. Bluenose explores the concepts of difference and acceptance from the perspective of 3 red-nosed pirates, who encounter for the first time, a blue-nosed pirate. Admission: adults $10.00, kids under 12 $6.00. To reserve tickets contact Jamila Joseph at 514.932.1104. For more info: ... See MoreSee Less
Written by Emil Sher Directed by Tamara Brown Public performances: February 18, 2017 at 1pm and 3pm at the Black Community Resource Centre, 6767 Chemin Cote des Neiges, Montreal H3S 2T6 For tickets: 514-932-1104 ext. 228 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Adults $10, Kids under … Read mor...