For the first time in three years, our 38th annual Vision Celebration returns in-person this May!  

As Black Theatre Workshop’s largest fundraising event of the year, Vision is a special evening highlighting Black excellence throughout Montreal.  

Save the date! We’ll see you at 7 PM on Saturday, May 11 at Centre PHI (Espace 4).  

Our 2024 Vision Honorees 

This year, we are honouring singer Dominique Fils-Aimé with the prestigious BTW Artistic Achievement Award, given to an individual who has made significant contributions to the Black community through culture and the performing arts in Canada. 

We are also awarding Erene Anthony of Union United Church with the Dr. Clarence Bayne Community Impact Award for her outstanding contributions to the Black community here in Montreal. 

Early-bird tickets are now available!  

Special pricing will last until March 31, 2024 – act fact!

Support our mission to bring Black, bold and brave storytelling to the stage as we come together to enjoy beautiful performances and honour outstanding members of our community.

Look out for more information in the upcoming months

to share in this new vision!

Learn more about how to apply and nominate someone for Vision’s BTW Youth Awards.

Support BTW’s New Vision! Volunteer, Donate or Sponsor Vision today.

Black Theatre Workshop

Black Theatre Workshop is Canada’s longest running Black theatre company and is committed to reflecting Black culture and community by developing and providing visibility for Black Canadian artists. Black Theatre Workshop is an award-winning English-speaking theatre company based in Montreal, Quebec.

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