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The Negroes Are Congregating Part of The SummerWorks Performance Festival
August 9-19

The Negroes Are Congregating is a personal and contemporary piece delving into the psyche of generational internalized racism. Delivered through a fusion of spoken word, satire, and soulful dialect, audiences will enter a realm of private truths and leave with an understanding of what it means to be Black, proud, and ready.

Written and Directed by Natasha Adiyana Morris; Performed by Angaer Arop, David Delisca, and Dennis W. Langley; Produced by Troy De Four


Pay What You Decide: $15, $25, $35

The listed run time includes a 30 minute Long Table Discussion that will take place after every performance.

Photo by Sean Brown
See Address See Address The Theatre Centre - BMO Incubator, 1115 Queen Street W, Toronto, ON Wednesday August 15th 10:00pm - 11:30pm
Thursday August 16th 7:45pm - 9:15pm
Saturday August 18th 3:30pm - 5:00pm
5th Annual PIECE OF MINE Festival PIECE OF MINE Arts (POMA) presents the 5th Annual PIECE OF MINE Festival, a curated showcase of works-in-development by multidisciplinary Black artists. The festival creates opportunities for substantially more voices and stories that celebrate the vastness of Black culture held outside the month of February and/or in mainstream spaces. October 9 - 13, 2018 7:30 pm Fairview Library Theatre 35 Fairview Mall Dr, Toronto, ON M2J 4S4
half n half Written and performed by Natasha Adiyana Morris
Directed by Amanda Nicholls

Join Dr. Bitter’s studio audience for another taping of ‘The ‘R’ Word,’ a live talk show that tackles viewer relationships questions. During commercial breaks the questions linger and unravel into perspectives on what it means to be someone's 'other half.' Delivered through rhythm and humour, Dr. Bitter prescribes a double-dose of self-reflection.

Running time 1 hour 20 minutes.
November 26 - December 1, 2018 7:30 pm Palmerston Library Theatre 560 Palmerston Ave, Toronto, ON M6G 2P7