Ideas At Crow's Theatre Sunday, June 2, 2024 at 10:30 AM EDT
Sunday, June 2, 2024 at 10:30 AM EDT
IDEAS AT CROW’S THEATRE is a five-part talk series in collaboration with CBC Radio IDEAS and inspired by plays in the Crow’s Theatre 2023.24 40th anniversary season.
This series is a forum for artists and scholars to explore the ideas that animate great art and the crucial questions that shape our world, and for audiences to engage directly with the pressing questions of our time.
Each IDEAS AT CROW’S THEATRE event is a 45-minute onstage talk followed by an interview conducted by IDEAS host Nahlah Ayed. Each event is FREE to attend, but should be booked in advance, and will be recorded for later broadcast on IDEAS.
PLEASE NOTE: The free ticket is for the talk series only and is available to anyone who wishes to participate. A separate ticket must be purchased for each play performance in order to attend the show as well.
345 Carlaw Avenue
Toronto ON M4M 2T1
JAMIE CHAI YUN LIEW AT STREETCAR CROWSNEST: COMMUNITY, CITIZENSHIP AND BELONGING
Novelist and immigration and refugee lawyer Jamie Chai Yun Liew explores how our ideas of kinship and family shape the way we understand community, citizenship, and belonging. Her talk will accompany THE WRONG BASHIR , a laugh-out-loud farce that explores personal freedoms, familial expectations, and cultural traditions, by Zahida Rahemtulla .
Seating is General Admission at this performance. Doors open 1/2 hour prior to performance. Limited Premium reserved seating is also available at an additional cost.