Date: Thursday, April 28th
Location: Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery (in The Columbus Centre)
901 Lawrence Ave W, North York, ON M6A 1C3
What To Expect?
Join us and witness a touching commissioned theatre piece that explores and represents the stories in The Quiet Immigrant Project exhibit. Included in this evening will be music from Andrea Ramolo, poetry, and the presentation of two films: “For Nonna Anna” and “Coming to Halifax: A Conversation with Italian Women”.
You will also be able to walk through the exhibit, read and listen to stories and tributes, and participate in various interactive installations.
Performing her own original songs
About the Theatre Piece from Director, Donna Marie Baratta:
Named as an ode to the beginning of the 2nd wave of immigration to Canada which was mostly from 1950 but it was in response to the end of the war, so ’45 is the way to go. Movement – because just like in a musical movement – they can be performed separately but a performance of the whole work requires all the movements to be performed in succession. To me – they only carry the right meaning in succession. Also, a movement can have a variety of styles/tempos within a long classical piece – I feel like these women had a variety of movements in their lives and I want to honour that change and growth.
Donna Marie Baratta
• Elide Pagano
• Anna Ciardullo Villapiana
“For Nonna Anna” – by Luis De Filippis
“Coming To Halifax: A Conversation with Italian Women” – by Nancy Spina
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