Tales from the Flipside: Over Time, Overseas

Althea & Jo will join CBT actors, Karen Ancheta and Victoria Marie in
a staged reading of past and current plays about caregivers’ lives.

Including “If My Mother Could See Me Now / Inay Kung Alam Mo Lang”
(1989), written by CBT co-founder and past Artistic Director, Fely
Villasin and “Sana”, a short play developed within CBT’s Novice Play
Creation Unit and written by Bea Palanca, one of our community’s
bright new voices.

To conclude the program, Althea & Jo will share excerpts from their
comic book and they will be joined by artists, Leila Pourtavaf and
Agata Mrozowsk from OCAD University’s Public Action Thematic Residency
program to announce an upcoming community collaboration.

Tales from the Flipside: Over Time, Overseas is part of Carlos Bulosan
Theatre’s ongoing efforts to reconnect with their roots as they
celebrate 30 years of producing theatre that reflects the social and
political issues affecting the Filipino-Canadian community. They’re
striving to rediscover and redefine the company for the present and
future and invite you to join them as they share and commemorate the
stories of our people.

“This is your theatre company.”

Tales from the Flipside: Over Time, Overseas
Date: Saturday August 10, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Location: KAPISANAN, 167 Augusta Avenue (Toronto)

Venue Accessibility: Basement with stairs, no elevator. Accessible
washroom. For more info call (416) 979-0600

FREE EVENT Donations welcome.
All proceeds will support CBT and Kwentong Bayan’s community work.

Please invite your friends on facebook
https://www.facebook.com/events/523587011022012/#

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