Event type: All Ages
20 Grains of Rice tells the story of one woman’s identity as a Japanese Canadian two generations after Japanese internment in Canada. Through dance, monologue, and projections, Kate Kamo McHugh processes her family’s story and seeks a way to pass it onto the next generation.
This show takes place indoors.
Accessibility information: Wheelchair-accessible entry is available at the right side of building.
A FEW REMINDERS
- In the event of inclement weather, look out for an email in advance regarding a rain plan for performances at outdoor venues.
- For shows at outdoor venues, bring: Weather-appropriate clothing (i.e., raincoats) and/or blankets (no umbrellas please).
- Bathrooms: Bathrooms will be nearby and accessible, but not within, any of the outdoor venues – so plan your trip accordingly.
- Accessibility: If you need to be seated in a specific place due to accessibility needs, please let MT Space staff know as soon as possible at firstname.lastname@example.org and plan to arrive 30-40min before the performance to be seated.
- Late Arrivals: Please plan on arriving with time to spare before a show starts; late arrivals will not be permitted after 15 minutes into the performance.
- Festival Bar: You can attend the Festival Bar (TWH Social) after performances – open 9pm until late most nights! (see the Festival programme for details)
For more information about our venues, including addresses and maps, visit mtspace.ca/impact23/.
There is no fee for Indigenous Peoples to attend – reach out to email@example.com for details and to reserve tickets.
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