Encore presentation, one day only. Two performances, at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre, Toronto.
Interrogation: Lives and Trials of the Kamloops Kid
Filed under citizenship, Japanese Canadian, theatre
Tagged as citizenship, interrogation, japanese canadian, kamloops kid, theatre, toronto, true story, WW2
Break a leg! Wait, you’re not doing the acting. So . . . break the actors’ legs? Anyway, congratulations on the encore performance.
I saw your play in July in the Fringe and it was superb. I can’t be in Toronto in November or I would see it again as I think it should have a continuing life of exposure. Well deserved congratulations!
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