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April 7, 2021 - April 9, 2021

Unscripted: Cultivating Languages of Access & Storytelling

Hosted by Theatre Passe Muraille

Unscripted: Cultivating Languages of Access & Storytelling is an online panel series exploring ideas around accessibility, decolonization and various approaches to performance and storytelling. With a roster of artists approaching storytelling from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, the Unscripted series hopes to amplify conversations between artists who are engaging creatively with elements of sensory-based, linguistic and cultural accessibility.

Panel Co-Curators: Becky Gold and Wy Joung Kou Panel Coordinator: Rinchen Dolma

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All panels will include ASL-English interpretation. We ask that anyone not requiring communication with the ASL interpreters turn off their video during the panel.

An Active Listener provides an affirming, welcoming space for participants to process any thoughts or emotions that may arise due to the content of the event. The Active Listener Breakout Room will be open for the duration of and 30 minutes after each panel (7-9:30pm).

These panels will be recorded and automatically live captioned. The recordings will be made available to the public for those unable to attend during the scheduled panel times.


Theatre Passe Muraille

16 Ryerson Ave, Toronto, ON, M5T 2P3, Canada

Phone number: 416-504-7529

Email: info@passemuraille.on.ca

Founded in 1968, TPM is Canada’s original alternative theatre company, currently developing and producing new Canadian plays. TPM is striving to articulate a distinct Canadian voice that reflects the complexity of our intercultural society. Theatre Passe Muraille (TPM) believes there should be a more diverse representation of artists, audience members, and stories in our theatre. TPM aspires to be a leader locally, nationally and internationally in establishing, promoting, and embracing collaborative and inclusive theatre practices. We do this so that we can support and ignite the voices of unique artists, communities and audiences.