Trey Anthony's How Black Mothers Say I Love You

Dear <<First Name>> <<Last Name>>,

As part of our 2018-19 Season, Black Theatre Workshop is presenting a play that is sure to resonate greatly with our community. Trey Anthony's How Black Mothers Say I Love You tells the oft unheard tale of Black Caribbean women immigrating from their homelands, leaving behind their young children, in the hopes of building a better future for them. 

We are proud to announce the four talented Black women who will be gracing the stage to bring Trey Anthony's riveting and provocative story to life, under the direction of yet another talented Black woman of the theatre, Tamara Brown. 

Meet the cast below!
Top Left to Bottom Right: Jamila Shani Joseph, Dayane Ntibarikure, Keren Roberts, Warona Setshwaelo.
Tickets are on sale now at Centaur Theatre online.

VISION - Early Bird Ticket Deadline: Dec 31, 2018! 

Vision Celebration Gala

February 2, 2019

Join us as we celebrate the “Festival Queen” herself, Fabienne Colas, our 2019 recipient of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award at our upcoming Vision Celebration Gala! You can get your early bird tickets now, offer valid only until December 31!

Tickets Here!

Angélique: One Night Only!

en français

December 15, 2018

In 1734 an enslaved Black Woman was found guilty for allegedly setting fire to the city of Montreal, and was hanged. After the successful run of Black Theatre Workshop & Tableau D’Hôte Theatre’s production of Lorena Gale's Angélique in 2017, we are pleased to bring a staged reading of the French translation of this important story to a francophone audience. This One Night Only event will take place at Centre du Théâtre D’Aujourd’hui on December 15 at 8pm.

For more info

Tickets Here!

Young Leaders at our Vision Celebration Gala!

Complimentary tickets for up & coming
Black Leaders!

Deadline to apply: December 17, 2018 at 4pm

Black Theatre Workshop has created a new mini-grant in the Vision Gala Young Leaders’ Table as an initiative to bridge the gap between the theatrical community and the younger generation of our Black community. This opportunity to connect and engage with leaders in the Black community, political figures and our honourees, is open to anyone from the Black Community, aged 18-35 years who demonstrate themselves to be leaders in their chosen field.

More Info here!
Thank you so much for your continued support of Black Theatre Workshop! We look forward to welcoming you to all our productions and projects this season. Hope to see you there! 

Warmest Regards,
The BTW Team
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Set & costume design: Eo Sharp. Photography: Andrée Lanthier.  
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