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The Shoe Project: Finding Home

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George Ignatieff Theatre

15 Devonshire Place

Trinity College, University of Toronto

Toronto, ON M5S 2C8

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The Shoe Project is back at work in Toronto, after sold-out performances last month in Calgary, Canmore, and Antigonish. Get ready for twelve new stories of arrival-- and pairs of shoes. In partnership with PEN Canada, The Shoe Project presents Finding Home. Performers from South Sudan, Turkey, Cuba, Colombia, China, Macedonia, South Ossetia, Bolivia, Uruguay, Syria, and Venezuela have been coached in writing and speaking by Katherine Govier and Leah Cherniak and directed by Kate Lynch. You’ll be inspired as this diverse group of women weave powerful stories of why they left their homes to search for a better life. Unite in pride and meet newcomers by walking in their shoes. Choose our Sunday afternoon or Tuesday evening performance.

Now in its seventh year, The Shoe Project was created by novelist Katherine Govier and incubated at the Bata Museum in Toronto.

“This project is a powerful symbol of what community theatre is all about and it is also a wonderful chance to celebrate and embrace our rich diversity. “

-Andrea Boyd, Artistic Director, Theatre Antigonish

Dates: Sunday, March 31, 2pm & Tuesday, April 2, 7:30pm

The George Ignatieff Theatre, 15 Devonshire Place, Trinity College, University of Toronto

Tickets: Adults: $20 Students: $15

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George Ignatieff Theatre

15 Devonshire Place

Trinity College, University of Toronto

Toronto, ON M5S 2C8

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