Outside Looking In Invites Students for Free Matinee on April 22nd
TRACEE SMITH’S 2ND ANNUAL EVENT
Outside Looking In was created to bridge the cultural gap between Canadians and the Indigenous people. Some Indigenous people – those who first inhabited the land we now call Canada – feel like outsiders looking in on a country in which they live. Many Canadians do not have an understanding of Indigenous cultures beyond what they read in newspapers and see on television. This experience and performance is about give and take. Canadians will have an opportunity to look inside an Indigenous community, while the Indigenous youth will get to see beyond theirs.DETAILS ABOUT THE SHOW
Date: Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
Location: St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
Bluma Appel Theatre
27 Front Street E (one block east of Yonge)
WANT TO COME?
In order to attend the Outside Looking In performance, you must be 10 years of age or older. Tickets are on a first-come, first-serve basis and are limited to 50 per school. To order tickets please fax your requests to Outside Looking In at: (647) 350-5451.
Please make sure to include in fax:
-Your school name
-Number of tickets requested
-Contact name and email
-Age group of youth attending
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Melissa Naso, assistant to Tracee Smith (Founder/President) of Outside Looking In. She can be reached by phone at: 647.350.5450 or email at: admin @ olishow.net (no spaces) If you require any further information you may visit the official website for Outside Looking In at: www.olishow.net
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