On May 31st, the National Arts Centre`s Fourth Stage welcomes theatre-lovers, film buffs, students, historians, twitterstorians, and anyone who has shared or appreciated history and memory off the page.
Staging Our Histories tickets are officially on sale at the National Arts Centre’s box office! Get yours today, and be part of history a(live). A $15 ticket includes seven performances, talk-backs with host Adrian Harewood, and a reception.
Staging Our Histories is a not-for-profit event organized by three volunteer co-directors, and supported by the Carleton Centre for Public History, Carleton University’s History Department and Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences-Office of the Dean.
Get tickets for the first-ever Staging Our Histories today!
May 31st, 7:30 pm National Arts Centre, Fourth Stage
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We’re pleased to announce that you can now reserve your seat at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth stage to experience ten talented artists embodying the past and its implications in the present through storytelling, film, theatre and poetry. The evening will additionally feature talk-backs between audience and artists moderated by host Adrian Harewood.
Be a part of our first year and participate in a dialogue regarding how history is told and how it is received. Our audience is a significant and valued part of an interactive, one-of-a-kind evening of live performances and conversation. A ticket to Staging Our Histories grants you the chance to see eight extraordinary works, an opportunity to address the artists, and an invitation to an end-of-the-night reception at the National Arts Centre.
Our co-directors are pleased to announce that the very first Staging Our Histories will take place at the National Arts Centre‘s Fourth Stage, 53 Elgin St, Ottawa at 7:30pm. After the evening’s performances and interactive talk-backs with the audience moderated by host Adrian Harewood a short reception will follow in the same location.
We’d like to extend our gratitude to Tannis Price for collaborating with co-director Arpita Bajpeyi on our eye-catching poster.