Bridges Festival is a three-day puppetry festival taking place online from March 13 -15. Bridges Festival aims to connect professional puppeteers form around the world and bridge cultures through one of the oldest and most common art forms. Bridges Festival engages in the conversation about art and society by introducing, examining and celebrating various forms of animating objects.
We celebrate traditional forms of puppetry and the skills of the puppet designers and performers, while expanding the conversation of what is puppetry and animation and how it touches contemporary world. The festival takes place online featuring a variety of shows, workshops, panels and activities available for all ages and families to enjoy.
Morris Winchevsky School Purim Party
Join the Morris Winchevsky School (MWS) and the United Jewish People’s Order (UJPO)-Toronto for an online Purim extravaganza. See the spiel (story) performed by our amazing students. Be sure to come in costume or at least try out the costuming perks on Zoom.
Feb 28 from 1 pm. This event is free, but if you’d like to donate to MWS: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/33183 All are welcome. Zoom link: http://tiny.cc/k56htz
Shifting Stages: Interstellar Journey
Young People’s Theatre presents the livestream event by Centre for Cardboard Dreams & Spontaneous Theatre. HRH Anand Rajaram, Bruce Horak and Rebecca Northan will take turns directing each other in three different “digital expeditions” to discover what magic is possible in augmented reality.
March 16, 18 and 20 at 2 pm. Free. Registration required. Recommended for ages 10 yrs and up. Details at https://www.youngpeoplestheatre.org/shows-tickets/interstellar-journey/