Sansei: The Story Teller
Hosted by Lunchbox Theatre
160-115 9 Avenue Southeast, Southeast Calgary, Calgary, AB, Canada
January 22 at 12:00 PM
On December 7, 1941, an attack on Pearl Harbour triggered events in Canada that may easily be described as among the darkest in our history – the internment and dispossession of tens of thousands of Japanese Canadians. Through an engaging blend of dance, spoken word and loads of humour, Mark Ikeda weaves a tale that is illuminating and profoundly personal. Sansei: The Storyteller offers Ikeda’s observations about the internment, his own discovery of where he came from, and how Japanese Canadians found peace.
ASL interpretation provided in partnership with Inside Out Theatre.
ASL interpreted performance. Wheelchair accessible venue. Accessible from the street or via elevators from the Palliser Parkade. Accessible seating can accommodate walkers, wheelchairs, and those with mobility concerns. Parking in the Palliser Parkade in Tower Centre.