Acknowledgements

One week ago, the first-ever Staging Our Histories featured seven extraordinary stories examining the past and its repercussions in the present, performed live to a full house at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage. We are very thankful to the talents of our performers and our superb host, Adrian Harewood, for making the evening enthralling & unforgettable.

There were many people who made Staging Our Histories possible, however, that you didn’t get a chance to see on stage. The co-directors would like to thank the following individuals for their support and their valuable time, as well as all other colleagues and friends who supported and promoted the event:


To our core volunteer team, who have been a vital part of Staging Our Histories from almost the beginning, we owe a huge debt of gratitude for everything they contributed behind-the-scenes during our months of planning, and the huge amount of work they did on May 31st!

Kathryn Boschmann, for taking time out of a busy week to run communications for us on Sunday

Matthew Moore, for learning to be our stage manager in one afternoon and doing a fantastic job

Christina Parsons, for being an mvp & making sure everything was where it was supposed to be, when it was supposed to be there


Tannis Price, our dedicated & talented photographer who tirelessly documented the whole day


Christopher Chaban, for his constant assistance, including crucial door-holding, on May 31st


For their generous help with running errands & being all the places we couldn’t be, and/or clean-up after the reception…

Sujata & Arvind Bajpeyi

Alex Wilkinson

Erin Gurski & Michael Chiarello

Vinayak Bansal, Anusha Jahagirdar, Zahir Bakhari, Saumya Bansal, Fizza Ahmed SheikhLeah Teichroeb & Meagan Barnhart


Jenny Srour, for kindly offering to watch the young son of a performer so she could participate in our talk-backs

Marissa Romano, for opening her home to our performers


For donating tickets…

Sharon & Laurie Cox

Siobhan Falconer


For generous donations of food, drinks or gifts…

Bridgehead

David’s Tea

Pure Kitchen

Stella Luna Gelato Cafe

ZaZaZa Pizza


Our caterers…

Kettleman’s Bagels, for our rehearsal lunch

Johnny Farina, for our reception sandwiches


Our Printers…

Merriam Print


David Dean, for his support & the donation of his book History, Memory, Performance 

James Opp & John Walsh, for their guidance on behalf of the CCPH


Our Sponsors

Carleton University’s Department of History

The Carleton Centre for Public History

Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences-Office of the Dean

The National Arts Centre‘s Fourth Stage

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