Diversity & the art on our stages

Uno Fest
Diversity & the art on our stages
Uno Fest
  • Dates: May 23, 2017
  • Location: Intrepid Theatre Club
  • Door price: FREE
  • Duration: 75 minutes

In this open to the public forum, UNO Fest artists Pedro Chamale, Derek Chan and Adam Grant Warren (rice & beans theatre/Vancouver) host a panel discussion with local and UNO Fest artists on challenging the status quo of representation. What kinds of stories are being told, who is telling them and who is going to them?

Theatre has always had a profound way of creating a genuine place of making a connection. The panel will share their experiences, challenges and hopes of building a more diverse representation though the art on our stages.

How do we navigate diversity together in Victoria, in BC, with the rest of Canada? How do we make space for each other while also trying to be heard ourselves? This discussion is to facilitate dialogue through the gathering together of people with common interests. We hope you can join us to listen, observe and be a part of this vital discussion.

PANEL LEADERS – rice & beans theatre:
Pedro Chamale
Derek Chan
Adam Grant Warren

PANEL PARTICIPANTS
Mercedes Bátiz-Benét
Paulina Grainger
Justin Carter
Erin Cotton
John Aitken
Ann-Bernice Thomas
Katie Sly

This is a free event as part of UNO Fest The panel will run for 75 mins. Pedro Chamale will be performing his show Small Town Hoser Spic after the discussion at 7pm if you wish to stay (Pay-What-You-Can at door). If you have questions, feel free to call Intrepid Theatre on 250 383 2663.

About rice & beans theatre: We dedicate ourselves to defining the nature and function of contemporary theatre, while telling stories of where we come from and where we are going. We believe that theatre should be accessible, honest, uncompromising, and personal.

Showtimes

May
23
Tuesday
05:00 pm

Location

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Intrepid Theatre Club
2-1609 Blanshard Street,
Victoria, BC V8W 2J5
Phone: (250) 383-2663

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