TRANSCRIPT: Progress is an international festival of performance and ideas presented in partnership by SummerWorks Performance Festival and The Theatre Centre. The festival is collectively curated and presented by a rotating series of Canadian organizations, operating within a contemporary performance context. This year’s collaborating companies are F-O-R-M, FADO Performance Art Centre, Native Earth Performing Arts, The Power Plant, the red light district, SummerWorks, The Theatre Centre, Uma Nota Culture and Why Not Theatre.
Progress runs from January 30 – February 17, 2019, at The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen St. West.
The Theatre Centre is an accessible facility, with barrier-free washrooms and an accessibility lift to facilitate movement between floors. If you are planning a trip to The Theatre Centre and have any questions about accessibility or would like to make any special arrangements, please text us at 647-216-3974. We will be happy to make any arrangements to help facilitate an enjoyable visit.
ASL interpreted workshop:
“Arm Yourself with Capitalism’s Tools” is a financial literacy crash course being held on Friday February 8 from 1:30 – 4:30pm. Presented by Generator, the workshop is free, but space is limited, so please RSVP by February 6, noting your accessibility requests at this link: https://financialliteracy.brownpapertickets.com/
ASL interpreted performance:
Lost Together by Shira Leuchter and Michaela Washburn is an award-winning one-on-one audience/performer experience.
ASL Interpreted performances can be booked on Wednesday February 13 at 3:20pm, 5:30pm & 6:10pm. There’s limited availability, so book now!
many free events, max ticket price $25