Hilot Means Healer Sunday October 6 2019 at 2:00 PM
Sunday October 6 2019
in association with b current performing arts
Set in Manila, during World War II, and drawn from the long tradition of Philippine folklore, legends, and Indigenous spirituality, HILOT weaves the tangible with the intangible to tell a story of unexpected bonds formed during cataclysmic change. Written by Jo SiMalaya Alcampo, and directed by Jasmine Chen, this interdisciplinary story explores the social and political consequences of war and occupation in the Philippines and its impact through generations.
Written byJo SiMalaya Alcampo
Direction by Jasmine Chen
Dramaturgy by Marjorie Chan
Set, Costume & Props Design by Jung-Hye Kim
Lighting Design by Jareth Li
Sound Design by MaryCarl Guiao
Production Management & Technical Direction by Crystal Lee
Stage Management by Victoria Wang
Apprentice Stage Management by Emie Sabandal
Production & Design Assistance by Gloria Mok
Audio Description by Kat Germain
Featuring Karen Ancheta, Aldrin Bundoc, Belinda Corpuz, Carolyn Fe
Music composed and performed by MaryCarl Guiao
Photo by Dahlia Katz
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Friday, October 25 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, October 13 @ 2:00 PM
Sunday, October 20 @ 2:00 PM
Made possible by the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council.
ABOUT CAHOOTS: Cahoots Theatre is a home for artists from the edge. Celebrating 33 seasons, Cahoots seeks, develops, produces and presents works that refocus the spotlight, empower artists and engage diverse communities. Working with artists of colour, Deaf artists, queer artists, and other marginalized groups, Cahoots focuses on intercultural encounters, the intersection of identities and the innovation of form. For more information visit cahoots.ca.
ABOUT b current performing arts: For over 28 years, b current has produced outside-the-box performance pieces, ideas, workshops, and mainstage productions. They splashed onto the scene in 1991, when ahdri zhina mandiela founded the company, and brought to Toronto the first ever production of a Dub Theatre script, mandiela’s dark diaspora… in dub. The kinetic artistic energy from this fuelled their pioneer work, feeding and shaping the future of Canadian performance art through culturally-rooted creation. Since inception, b current has developed scores of internationally celebrated artists and their works, with a focus always on engaging the community and creating space for diverse voices to be heard.
BMO Incubator for Live Arts
1115 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M6J 3P4
This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.