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Canadian Stage, Native Earth Performing Arts and Volcano Theatre have come together to present Theatre of Upheaval, a week long intensive consisting of two mind-blowing workshops led by acclaimed international artists, Kiki Katese, founding director of Rwanda Professional Dreamers and Ingoma Nshya (“New Era”) – Women Initiatives and Rachael Maza, Artistic Director of Ilbijerri Theatre Company in Australia.

The workshops will be taking place from March 31st to April 5th. For full workshop descriptions, instructors’ bios and the schedule visit: www.volcano.ca

Here’s the great part: we have received some generous funding to award bursaries to 4 Indigenous Artists and the Woodland Cultural Centre will nominate either two people to take part in both classes or four people to take part in one class each.

Below are some parameters:
– Individual must be over the age of 19
– Individual has a demonstrated practice in theater making and performance

If you or someone you know is interested – Please contact Artistic Associate – Gyeho Thomas at the Woodland Cultural Centre via email at artisticassociate@gmail.com before Tuesday February 21, 2017.

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