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Carmen Aguirre - In Conversation with Marilo Nuñez
Carmen Aguirre is a Chilean-Canadian, award-winning theatre artist and author or co-author of over twenty-five plays and has over eighty film, TV, and stage acting credits. Her recent talk commissioned by the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, “Repair, Reassemble, Reunite” calls for discourse instead of purge in the theatre community.
Join Carmen in conversation with Marilo Nuñez, a playwright, director, actor, academic and founding Artistic Director of Alameda Theatre Company, dedicated to developing new work of Latinx Canadian playwrights.
Co-sponsors: Edmonton Public Library, Milton Public Library, PEN Canada, Thunder Bay Public Library, Toronto Public Library, Vancouver Public Library
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