Presented by Toronto Laboratory Theatre
June 28-29, 2019
in Aki Studio
“Offensive but in a good way“, “a triumph of experimental theatre” and “a compelling critique of Canadian inclusiveness” — find out why Toronto Fringe audiences and critics fell in love with In Sundry Languages.
This satirical extravaganza performed to live music weaves together a series of comical vignettes about immigration, language learning, accents, what you really mean when you ask “Where are you from?” The wildly diverse cast uses multiple languages to play with exclusion and inclusion throughout the show. The new version of the show performed in Ottawa and Toronto engages with Francophone, Arabic, Russian, Persian and Bengali speaking communities.
WARNING: Includes mature language and themes.
RUNNING TIME: Approx. 60 minutes.
Friday June 28 | 7 PM
Saturday June 29 | 2 PM & 7 PM
General | $25
Student | $5
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Toronto Laboratory Theatre (TLT) is an open multilingual and multicultural theatre collective comprised of many first generation immigrant artists from Costa Rica, China, Russia, Armenia, Iraq, Poland, Portugal, France, Bangladesh, Mexico, the Comorion Islands, and many other countries. TLT creates an imaginative space where culturally and linguistically diverse artists can come together to experiment with various modes of theatrical expression; daring to venture into the unknown to create something truly unique. Learn more here.