Thank you everyone, for donating so much to our cause for the container this year! We were able to fill all of the boxes we were allocated and even sent several bikes.
You can check out the media page for a couple of photos of us loading the container, and also new photos of the some of the Maize we provided the grannies being distributed!
Ann Lambert, Therese’s daughter, will be participating in a talkback session with the cast of Binti’s Journey on Sunday, Feb. 14 immediately following the 2:00 show. Hope to see you there !
Black Theatre Workshop is presenting Binti’s Journey at the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts from Feb. 11 to 14!
Adapted by Marcia Johnson from the novel The Heaven Shop by Deborah Ellis
Directed by Lynda Hill
In association with Theatre Direct
Binti’s Journey tells the story of Binti Phiri, the young star of a popular Malawi radio program “Gogo’s Family”. After losing her home and family to AIDS and enduring separation from her siblings, 13 year-old Binti finds her way to her Grandmother’s village and discovers a deeper understanding of the power of family and community.
Deborah Ellis’s acclaimed novel for youth addressing the human impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Africa is brought to life through the power of drama, storytelling, dance and music in an inspiring theatrical production.
“Binti’s Journey is the kind of production that encourages young audiences to crave theatre.” Now Magazine
At the Segal Centre February 11 (8pm), 13 (8pm) and 14 (11am & 2pm), 2016
- Adult $15 (Ages 18 +)
- Youth $10 (Under 18)
For tickets please visit:
Box Office Coordinator
Black Theatre Workshop
Montreal Quebec H2X 2K5