Silenced is presented in partnership with the rEvolver Theatre Festival.
Silenced is an interdisciplinary work by the Urban Ink Collective that examines lives and stories silenced within our communities. It explores the choices we make as friends, neighbours, and witnesses that make us either complicit in silencing or engaged in demanding and building social equality. Silenced is a collaborative creation by the Collective, a group of emerging artists with a passion for storytelling and shared commitment to advance the diversity of voices on the Canadian stage.
12, 15 May 2016 at The Cultch Historic Theatre – rEvolver Theatre Festival
The Urban Ink Collective at their very first rehearsal for Silenced! From left to right: Elliot Alexis, Robert Thomson, Claire Love Wilson, Kieran Wilson, Deneh Thompson, Taran Kootenhayoo, Sindy Angel, Gillian Thomson
The group meets once per week to participate in Theatre of the Oppressed workshops and Collective creation sessions before presenting work to our Artistic Director, Corey Payette, and Reneltta Arluk, Urban Ink’s Artist in Residence. The group demonstrates copious amounts of passion and dedication in creating work together. For more information on the Urban Ink Collective, click here