Historical Trauma and Theatrical Approach to Healing: Featuring Red Snow writer and producer Diana Tso/ 戦争の歴史、歴史教育や人権に関連の あるワークショップ

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Historical Trauma and Theatrical Approach to Healing: Featuring Red Snow writer and producer Diana Tso/ 戦争の歴史、歴史教育や人権に関連の あるワークショップ

Post  Temp on Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:05 pm

今週の日曜日に開催されるワークショップのお知らせを転送させていただきます。お問い合わせ・参加お申込は下にある連絡先までお願いいたします。また、お知り合い の方にもお知らせいただけましたら幸いです。

Chie

Hello,
A friend of mine who teaches at the U of T is organizing the workshop below. This workshop will be held this Sunday, January 15, 2pm at OISE. It would be great if you can join and/or forward it to your list-serve.

Thank you and have a great day!

Chie


皆さま、

寒中お見舞い申し上げます。いかがお過ごしですか?

今度の日曜日(15日)午後2時から4時まで、次のようなワークショップがあります。戦争の歴史、歴史教育や人権に関連の あるテーマを扱いますので、興味がおありではないかなと思ってメールしてみました。参加者の方々と緩やかに交流できる集まりにな ると思います。

Centre for Women's Studies in Education presents:

Historical Trauma and Theatrical Approach to Healing: Featuring Red Snow writer and producer Diana Tso
Sunday January 15th, 2-4 PM
Location: Room 280, 5th Floor, OISE/UT (252 Bloor St. West, Toronto)

Free Admission.
Seats are limited. Please inform your attendance in advance to: chikako.nagayama @ utoronto.ca (English Only please)
OISE is located near TTC St. George Station, between Bedford St. and St. George St. on Bloor Street.
The synopsis and show dates of Red Snow are included in the attached e-flyer.

体を動かしたりビジュアルな想像力を働かせるアクティビティをふんだんに取り入れながら、わたしたちがなにげなく持っ ている戦争のイメージを明らかにしたり、戦争や虐殺によって「敵味方」に分けられてしまった溝をどう乗り越えるかというテー マに触れていきます。身も心もほぐれたところで、舞台「赤い雪」の脚本・プロデューサーのダイアナ・チョウが、舞台制作の経 緯について話します。

私はオーガナイザーとして関わっていまして、九条の会のこれまでの参加者の方々をはじめ、歴史教育や人権教育に関心の ある方々、演劇やアートを用いたコミュニティーづくりの手法に興味のある方々に声をお掛けてしています。「赤い雪」についてはメール末尾のポスターをご覧ください。上演は1月12日から28日までとなっています。
この機会にまたお会いできれば幸いです。

長山智香子 (chikako.nagayama @ utoronto.ca - このアドレスで日本語は使えません。お手数ですが予約は英語でお願い致します。)

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Centre for Women's Studies in Education presents:

Historical Trauma and Theatrical Approach to Healing: Featuring Red Snow writer and producer Diana Tso
Sunday, January 15th, 2-4 PM
Location: Room 280, 5th Floor, OISE/UT (252 Bloor St. West, Toronto)

This creative hands-on workshop allows participants to use their bodily feelings and isual imaginations to make sense of histories of wars and genocides in which one may be implicated as descendants of the victims and/or aggressors. Interactive sessions with Diana also reveals how actors, the director and herself approached Nanjing Massacre as the lived history of actual people and have made it their own stories through the creation of Red Snow.

Flexible and fun in format, each activity touches upon questions asked in the contemporary practices of remembrance and reconciliation, exploring ways to narrate,
express and recollect wars and genocides without reproducing us vs. them divides while acknowledging marginalized voices.

Free Admission.
Seating is limited. Please inform your attendance in advance to: chikako.nagayama @ utoronto.ca
OISE is located near TTC St. George Station, between Bedford St. and St. George St. on Bloor Street. The synopsis and show dates for Red Snow are in the attached e-flyer.

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OPENS THIS WEEK
~ Opening Night Jan 14 ~
(Previews Jan 12 & Jan 13)
The Red Snow Collective
in association with
Toronto ALPHA, and Aluna Theatre,
presents...
The World Premiere of
RED SNOW
by Diana Tso
Forbidden Love. Forgotten Holocaust.

The Red Snow Collective is honoured to present RED SNOW by Toronto playwright and award-winning actor Diana Tso, playing January 12-28 at Theatre Passe Muraille. Inspired by the stories of survivors of the Rape of Nanking, the production marks the 75th anniversary of this forgotten holocaust of WWII. RED SNOW is a story of love and the struggle to reconcile the past with the present in the search for peace and healing. Tickets are available via www.artsboxoffice.ca or 416-504-7529.
RED SNOW: Isabel’s recurring nightmare of her grandparents’ favorite Chinese opera drives her to search for their silenced story. On her journey she falls in love with Jason, a man who is connected to the same forgotten holocaust. Their love unleashes three generations of guilt, shame and pain perpetuated by a massacre still denied by the perpetrators today. When their lives collide they struggle to reconcile the past with the present - for themselves and their families, shaken from their lifelong silence by Isabel’s pilgrimage to uncover the secrets of her grandmother’s history ... and her own.
RED SNOW is directed by Beatriz Pizano (Aluna Theatre), winner of the prestigious John Hirsch Prize from the Canada Council for the Arts, and is dramaturged by Ric Knowles (Necessary Angel, Tarragon, Stratford). RED SNOW features performers Zoé Doyle (Global TV’s King), Vienna Hehir (Stratford Festival), Derek Kwan (Ahuri Theatre, fuGen), Janet Lo (Necessary Angel’s Tout Comme Elle) and Richard Tse (Tapestry’s Iron Road), plus musicians Patty Chan (Toronto Chinese Orchestra) and Brandon Valdivia (Picastro). Music for RED SNOW is composed by acclaimed Chinese Canadian composer/pianist Alice Ping Yee Ho; movement is choreographed by two-time Dora nominee William Yong (Zata Omm Dance Projects). Set/multi-media design by Dora Award winner Trevor Schwellnus (Aluna Theatre); costume design by Victoria Wallace (Theatre Smith-Gilmour, Theatre Columbus, COC); lighting design by Dora and Pauline McGibbon Award winner Michelle Ramsay. Stage Manager: Sandy Plunkett. Production Manager: Doug Morum.
For more information, please visit www.redsnowcollective.ca.
“The forgiveness in this play is breathtaking…This shows me again, the role of art to heal us.” – Joy Kogawa
Show information for RED SNOW:
Venue:
Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace

16 Ryerson Avenue (near Queen and Bathurst)
Dates:
January 12 – 28, 2012 (Previews Jan 12 & 13, Opens Jan 14)

*All evening shows begin at 7:30pm*

(Jan 19 – 21 @ 7:30pm, plus Sat 21 Matinee @2pm) – EXTRA MATINEE Mon 16 at 2pm

(Jan 23 – 28 @7:30pm, plus Wed 25 and Sat 28 Matinees @2pm)
Tickets:
$30 General, $15 Student, PWYC Saturday Matinees, Group Rates available.

Box Office: 416-504-7529 / www.artsboxoffice.ca
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Media Contact:
Jennifer Radford, STAF Publicist

416-703-2773 x202 (or) jennifer.radford @ theatreadmin.com

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