Presented Live in the Soulpepper Courtyard
The Home Project is a collaborative, multi-disciplinary, and intimate theatrical experience centred on the theme of home and how our relationships with it have changed or evolved. Building upon three artists’ memories, associations, and reflections, The Home Project combines live performance, sound, and digital media installation, examining how we are shaped by what we call home.
Five 2022 Dora Mavor Moore Award Nominations:
Outstanding Production (Independent Theatre)
Outstanding New Play – Akosua Amo-Adem, Qasim Khan, and Cheyenne Scott
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble – Akosua Amo-Adem, Qasim Khan, and Cheyenne Scott
Outstanding Lighting Design – Jareth Li
Outstanding Sound Design/Composition – David DeLeary
90 minutes (no intermission)
Pay What You Choose $5, $15, $25. Each party will be sat in their own, socially distanced pods, of 1 to 4 people, according to the number chosen during checkout. If your group is larger than 4, please note that in your checkout and we will endeavour to seat you close together, but we may not be able to alter the pod sizes.
Each party will be sat in their own socially distanced pods of 1 to 4 people, according to the number of tickets chosen during checkout. If a group is larger than 4, please note that in the checkout and we will endeavour to seat the groups close together, but we may not be able to alter the pod sizes.
Tuesday September 21 | 8:00 PM – Opening
Wednesday September 22 | 8:00 PM
Thursday September 23 | 8:00 PM
Friday September 24 | 8:00 PM
Saturday September 25 | 8:00 PM
Sunday September 26 | 8:00 PM
Tuesday September 28 | 8:00PM
Wednesday September 29 | 8:00 PM
Thursday September 30 | 8:00 PM
Friday October 1 | 8:00 PM
Saturday October 2 | 8:00 PM
Sunday October 3 | 8:00 PM
Co-director & Dramaturg Keith Barker
Co-director & Dramaturg Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster
Co-director & Dramaturg Paolo Santalucia
Dramaturg Isaac Thomas
Production Designer Jareth Li
Sound Designer, David Deleary
Stage Manager Sam Hale
The Home Project is produced with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.
Header Photo of Qasim Khan, Cheyenne Scott, and Akosua Amo-Adem by Dahlia Katz.