Cahoots 30: A Gala Celebrating 30 Years of Staging Diversity

par CAHOOTS THEATRE

  • lundi, 08 mai 2017 de 5:30 Après-midi à 11:45 Après-midi (HAE)
  • 519 Church Street , Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

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For the past 30 years, Cahoots has investigated and examined the complexities of diversity through the creation and production of new theatre works, development of professional artists and the engagement of communities. Cahoots is a leader in the theatrical community, providing a much needed home for the voice of the ‘other’, a place for marginalized artists and diverse communities to share their stories. We strive to entice, confront, provoke, entertain, reveal and ultimately transcend through expression of and access to theatre.

Cahoots 30: A Gala Celebrating 30 Years of Staging Diversity will be held Monday May 8th, 2017 at the 519 Community Centre at 519 Church Street.  Come celebrate 30 years of staging diversity with us! 

Please note that the 519 Church Street facility is fully accessible with wheelchair access, elevators and accessible washrooms. 

Détails

Cahoots 30: A Gala Celebrating 30 Years of Staging DiversityMonday May 8th, 2017 at the 519 Community Centre at 519 Church Street

  • Doors Open and Cocktail Hour - 5:30 pm
  • Dinner Served - 7:00 pm

Event includes:

  • Dinner and a drink ticket
  • 30th Anniversary Art Auction!
  • Surprise Performances!
  • Introduction to our 30 for 30 artists!

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519 Church Street
Toronto, ON M4Y 2C9

8 mai 2017
lundi, 8 mai 2017 5:30 Après-midi (HAE)

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Celebrating its 30th season, Cahoots Theatre holds a prominent place in Toronto’s arts community, pioneering programming that reflects Canada’s diverse landscape.  Our focus on intercultural encounters, the intersection of identities and the innovation of form, contribute to Cahoots’ powerful and enduring vision. Working with artists of colour, Deaf artists, queer artists, and other marginalized groups, Cahoots gives voice to unique perspectives through the development and production of new works, mentorship opportunities and community outreach initiatives.  For more information visit www.cahoots.ca.