EDDIE AND QUINCY BULLEN
FATHER AND SON DUELING PIANOS
FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH
On February 3, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to kick off Black History Month Celebration, join Eddie and his son Quincy Bullen for an exciting musical evening of Dueling Pianos at the prestigious Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, 7141 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, Quebec (Concordia University). Enjoy the music and story of a father and son’s journey to keep the family tradition of musical excellence alive.
samedi 3 février 2018 à 19 heures — Dans le cadre du Mois de l’histoire des Noirs, venez célébrer avec Eddie et Quincy Bullen, qui vous proposent une soirée musicale exceptionnelle de Pianos en duel à la salle de concert Oscar Peterson, située au 7141 rue Sherbrooke ouest à Montréal, Québec (Université Concordia).Appréciez la musique ainsi que l’histoire du chemin qu’ont fait père et fils pour conserver la tradition familiale d’excellence en musique.
CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH
The Guyana Cultural Association of Montreal
invites members, supporters and the wider community
ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH MOVIE PRESENTATION
“Speakers for the Dead”
DATE: Sunday, February 25, 2018
Time: 4:00 p. m. SHARP
VENUE: St. Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
Metro: Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Bus: #129
3970, de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montréal, Québec, H3T 1E3
On the horizon…
The Artist Mentorship Program (AMP) is proud to announce a new partnership with MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels). The MAI has been a huge resource for the development of local and national theatre and AMP is honoured to have our 2018 Industry Showcase housed in the MAI theatre for the very first time. The MAI has also contributed towards the budget of the Industry Showcase as well as some of our technique workshops.
As the current holder of the Montreal English Theatre Award for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), the MAI is the perfect partner for AMP, which holds the 2016 award in the same category. We look forward to a long and productive future with our new collaborator!
Top: (Back L-R) Pablo Rodriguez (MAI Mentorship Program Coordinator), Justin Johnson, Michelle Soicher, Nalo Soyini Bruce, Sophie El-Assaad, Jeremy Cabrera, Emmanuel Hyppolite, Benita Bailey. (Front L-R) Michelle Rambharose, Nikita Bala, Lydie Dubuisson, Gita Miller, Warona Setshwaelo (AMP Program Coordinator
What a night! Black Theatre Workshop is extremely proud of our 10 nominations for our co-production with Tableau D’Hôte Theatre, of Angéliqueby Lorena Gale! We walked away with the awards for Outstanding Contribution to Theatre for SIXTRUM Percussion Ensemble and Outstanding PACT Production! We are also proud to acknowledge that many of the extended BTW family were awarded with many METARead more
Opening October 14, 2017
Black Theatre Workshop & Neptune Theatre are proud to present the Montréal premiere of The Mountaintop by Katori Hall, directed by ahdri zhina mandiela.
“Based on the final night in the life of Martin Luther King, The Mountaintop is starting, magical and full of surprise.”
– The Telegraph UK, July 2009Read more
“I have been to the mountaintop…”
And we’re off! Rehearsals are now underway for our first show of the season, The Mountaintop by Katori Hall. Produced in partnership with Neptune Theatre in Halifax, we are thrilled to bring this unique and compelling story inspired by the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to our audience!
Directed by ahdri zhina mandiela, the play will feature BTW favourites (and now a husband & wife duo) Tristan D. Lalla as Dr. King, and Letitia Brookes as Camae, a mysterious character that causes King to question his legacy as a leader of the American Civil Rights Movement, on the eve of his assassination. Following the Montreal presentation, the production will play at Neptune Theatre from February 27 to March 18, 2018.Read more