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July 6 - July 15

Birds Make Me Think About Freedom

Hosted by Toronto Fringe

Location

750 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada

Reflections on our humanity inspired by the stories of people institutionalized for having developmental disabilities, their families, and friends.

Created by L’Arche Toronto’s Sol Express, in collaboration with Victoria Freeman, and our team of supporting artists: Angela Blumberg, Natalie Breton, Madeleine Brown, Katherine Duncanson, Carrie Hage, Ruth Howard, David Rawlins, Lieke van der Voort.
All in consultation with our project’s survivor consultants.

Sol Express Performers: R. Boardman, Robert Gray, Nicholas Herd, Nafiz Ismail, Agnes Kenny, Michael Liu, Melissa Marshall, Irene Pollock, Andreas Prinz, Matt Rawlins, Kevin Schmidt, Cheryl Zinyk. (Volunteers: Carling Barry, Fiona Strachan, Madeline Berghardt, Joan Curran)

60 minutes.

Company: L’Arche Toronto Sol Express
Author: Created by the company

Friday, July 6th at 6:30 PM – Open Audio Description
Sunday, July 8 at 3:15 PM – Relaxed performance
Tuesday, July 10 at 1:00 PM – ASL & Relaxed performance
Friday, July 13 at 6:15 PM – Open Audio Description
Sunday, July 15 at 3:30 PM – ASL

Touch tour table available 30 minutes before all performances.

Tactile Audio Display (TAD) seating is available at all performances from July 8th to 15th. TAD channels the performance’s audio into vibrations that can felt through cushions placed on the regular theatre seats. Seating can be reserved through the box office.

For more information please contact access@fringetoronto.com.

Open audio description on July 6 and July 13. Relaxed performance on July 8 and July 10. ASL interpretation on July 10 and July 15. Touch tour table available 30 minutes before all performances. Tactile Audio Display (TAD) seating is available at all performances from July 8th to 15th. Wheelchair accessible. Accessible washrooms. More accessibility information about Toronto Fringe is available on the Toronto Fringe website.