The Tashme Project: The Living Archives

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on April 01, 2015

I am thrilled to be working with creator/actors Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa on the premiere of their beautiful verbatim play THE TASHME PROJECT. Years in development, the play documents the story of their families and their time in the Tashme Internment Camp in BC and what came after for them after moving to Eastern Canada.

The piece is presented at the MAI with set and costume design by James Lavoie (Laurence Mongeau), sound design by Patrick Andrew Boivin and video design by Patrick Andrew Boivin and George Allister, with lighting design by David Perrault Ninacs. The piece is overseen by stage manager Merissa Tordjman and technical director Tristynn Duheme.

May 7-17, 2015

MAI (Montreal arts interculturels)

Montreal, QC

www.thetashmeproject.com

 

image courtesy of The Tashme Project.

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