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We’re thrilled to work with commissioned artists Waawaate Fobister, Primrose Madayag Knazan, Jordan Sangalang and Liam Zarrillo to bring this innovative and deeply relevant new offering to audiences.

Previously envisioned as an in-person event at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Tiny Plays, Big Ideas will now be shared digitally. A series of short plays give voice to four dynamic playwrights who explore human rights in the world we're living in right now. Dare yourself to be challenged, captivated and inspired by these formidable artists and their call for change.
 

Generously sponsored by:

Gail Asper Family FoundationThe Asper Foundation

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Digital programming sponsor:


 


Opening night sponsor:

Warnings: 
Mature themes, strong language





Tickets: $20+GST

Tiny Plays, Big Ideas features four short plays, delivered digitally. The recording is available as of 7:30pm on May 7, and you may watch it anytime, and as many times as you like, until May 23.
 
Questions about set-up and viewing? Check out our digital content FAQs and this step-by-step guide.
 
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Virtual Talkback

We're hosting a virtual Talkback for ticket holders on Wednesday, May 19 from 7–8pm.

We’ll chat with the artists behind Tiny Plays, Big Ideas and learn how each play was developed. This behind-the-scenes event also includes an opportunity to ask questions. Buy your ticket to Tiny Plays, Big Ideas to get access to the Talkback!
 

Opening Night & Dinner
Available for Friday, May 7

Experience Opening Night from the comfort of your home! Enhance your viewing of Tiny Plays, Big Ideas by adding a a delicious dinner from one of our two Opening Night caterers – The Gates on Roblin or Bergmann’s on Lombard. A portion from all meals sold will support Royal MTC.

To order your meal, check out the menu options and call for curbside pick-up on Friday, May 7. All dietary needs and special orders to be discussed with the restaurant.

Bergmann's on Lombard

Please email info@bergmannsonlombard.com to place your order. Dinner booking deadline is Thursday, April 29 or until sold out.

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The Gates on Roblin

Please call 204 224 2837 with questions or to place your order. Dinner booking deadline is Sunday, May 2.

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Trailer

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Cast & Crew

Production
Playwright (Ode to RED Auntie) Waawaate Fobister
Playwright (Where. Are. You. From.) Primrose Madayag Knazan
Playwright (A Piece of Me) Jordan Sangalang
Playwright (The Show) Liam Zarrillo
Director (A Piece of Me) Shannon Guile
Director (Ode to RED Auntie) Frances Koncan
Director (The Show) Matthew Paris-Irvine
Director (Where. Are. You. From.) Hazel Venzon
Set Designer Linda Beech
Costume Designer Joseph Abetria
Lighting Designer Scott Henderson
Sound Designer Davis Plett
Video Designer Carla Hernandes
Video Design Mentor Hugh Conacher
Dramaturg Audrey Dwyer
Choreographer Jacquie Loewen
Apprentice Artistic Director Melissa Langdon
Apprentice Set Designer Joyce Licup
Stage Manager Leslie Watson
ASL Consultant (A Piece of Me) Joanna Hawkins
ASL-English Interpreter (A Piece of Me) Cindy Boscow
ASL-English Interpreter (A Piece of Me) Tessa Rogowski
Video Production Frank Digital
Cast
Red Niecy Nephew (Ode to RED Auntie) Waawaate Fobister
The Artist (The Show) Kristian Jordan
Woman (Where. Are. You. From.) Rochelle Kives
Busker (Where. Are. You. From.) Robb Paterson
Performer (A Piece of Me) Jordan Sangalang
Performer (The Show) Liam Zarrillo

Reviews

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Production ID:
Start Date: 5/7/2021 1:59:17 PM
End Date: 5/23/2021 2:00:35 PM
Title: Tiny Plays, Big Ideas
Playwright: By Waawaate Fobister, Primrose Madayag Knazan, Jordan Sangalang & Liam Zarrillo
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Warnings: Mature themes, strong language
Synopsis: We’re thrilled to work with commissioned artists Waawaate Fobister, Primrose Madayag Knazan, Jordan Sangalang and Liam Zarrillo to bring this innovative and deeply relevant new offering to audiences.

Previously envisioned as an in-person event at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Tiny Plays, Big Ideas will now be shared digitally. A series of short plays give voice to four dynamic playwrights who explore human rights in the world we're living in right now. Dare yourself to be challenged, captivated and inspired by these formidable artists and their call for change.
 

Generously sponsored by:

Gail Asper Family FoundationThe Asper Foundation

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Digital programming sponsor:


 


Opening night sponsor:

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