Black Theatre Workshop 50th Anniversary soon!
A lot has changed since our first production as The Black Workshop back in 1971, but our commitment to Black theatre has not. We will announce our 50th Season soon!
In Conversation With
Black Theatre Workshop’s Artistic Director Quincy Armorer brings his distinct interview style to our “In Conversation With” series, an online interview show where our guests talk about theatre, contemporary issues, life and future artistic projects. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for our next conversation.
Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers and Little Brothers
By Makambe K. Simamba
February 26, 2012, Florida. A 17-year-old Black boy wearing a hoodie leaves a 7/11 carrying a bag of Skittles and an iced tea. He never makes it home. Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers and Little Brothers invites us into the infamous world of one teen, into his last moments, and into his intricate dance to the afterlife.
The award-winning Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers And Little Brothers is a poignant tale of what it means to be a young Black man in North American society. Yes, even in Canada, the mistreatment of people of colour by authorities or armed individuals is well documented. Think of Colten Boushie or Fredy Villanueva. This story affects us all.
Performances at the MAI: March 3-7, 2021
Box Office: 514-932-1104
We would like to thank the Cole Foundation for their support of this production.
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.