impact19 theatre festival is marking its 10th anniversary in kitchener during the last week of septemberimpact19 theatre festival is marking its 10th anniversary in kitchener during the last week of septemberimpact19 theatre festival is marking its 10th a

by:Marslite     2019-10-04
KITCHENER —
The founder of the influential theater festival on Tuesday called for a new art center in the city center.
In the launch of the impactdi Bou-IMPACT19 Drama Festival
Matar announced plans to stage 23 plays in September, but organizers still need to find a stage for eight of them.
\"We are still challenged by the lack of venues at the heart of the city,\" Bou said . \"
Matar, founder and artistic director of IMPACT.
After the first festival in 2009, he held the festival every other year in the center of kidina, with local, national and international works mixed with drama, dance, multimedia, puppets, movements
To mark the 10 th anniversary of the festival in September, the program includes works from Tunisia, Morocco, Lebanon, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Iran and Chile.
There are also seven plays in Canada and seven local playwrights.
\"In just six days, where will you play more than 50 games? \" Bou-
Matar announced the festival lineup at La Cucina restaurant on Tuesday morning.
The King Street western restaurant is packed with theater supporters, artists and local politicians at all levels of government.
\"I call on all the dignitaries and politicians who are with us today, especially the Waterloo area and the City of kidina, to help us find the venue for the eight works,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"May this 10 th Anniversary Impact Festival become a call to action to start building the art center that this community has long dreamed of,\" he said with a lot of support and applause.
\"We are looking for any building with a big, empty room,\" Bou-
Matar said in an interview after the speech.
\"We need any help from anyone, developer or owner.
We don\'t have to pay for the venue.
\"The room must be large enough to accommodate stage and seating for up to 60 people.
All lights, seats and sound systems will be installed in IMPACT19.
This space is needed in a week. The Israeli-
The program explores the Palestinian conflict, the Syrian civil war, immigration and immigration, the impact of boarding schools on aboriginal Canadians, and the objectifying of the female body in Western culture.
These topics are hot and timely topics for writers and artists outside of the mainstream Performing Arts in Canada.
Alicia Sanchez\'s drama immigration represents the influence of international works.
It\'s about immigrants crossing Mexico. U. S.
The border and will be on a large river bus.
\"This is a private account for immigrants,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"It only takes about 30 people per show.
\"The Festival of influence drama is by the drama company Bou-
Established in 2005, Matar is called MT Space.
It has developed several well-received international tour plays, including the last 15 seconds, Amale, raft, Paradise and Body 13
\"Tickets for IMPACT19 solo shows are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.
Holiday passes will cost $119 until the end of July.
After that, the pass was $190.
Tickets for all programs are available online through the ticket site. ca. IMPACT —
International multicultural platform for alternative contemporary theater-
Including two activities organized by Neruda art.
The outdoor stage and story market will be held one after another.
28 Kings Street and 29 performances by Congolese technicians
Musician KIZBA plans to join the TWH social event at the Walper hotel after dark. 28.
Isabel sisner, founder of Neruda art, said the stage and story market would close part of King Street.
\"We will have music and suppliers, we will have music --
\"Dance Workshop,\" she said.
\"Everyone is invited to participate, so even those who can\'t afford a ticket can attend.
So no one, no one is excluded.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
ComTwitter: @ PenderRecord tpender @ therecord.
Com\'s microblog: @ pendercordkitchener-
The founder of the influential theater festival on Tuesday called for a new art center in the city center.
In the launch of the impactdi Bou-IMPACT19 Drama Festival
Matar announced plans to stage 23 plays in September, but organizers still need to find a stage for eight of them.
\"We are still challenged by the lack of venues at the heart of the city,\" Bou said . \"
Matar, founder and artistic director of IMPACT.
After the first festival in 2009, he held the festival every other year in the center of kidina, with local, national and international works mixed with drama, dance, multimedia, puppets, movements
To mark the 10 th anniversary of the festival in September, the program includes works from Tunisia, Morocco, Lebanon, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Iran and Chile.
There are also seven plays in Canada and seven local playwrights.
\"In just six days, where will you play more than 50 games? \" Bou-
Matar announced the festival lineup at La Cucina restaurant on Tuesday morning.
The King Street western restaurant is packed with theater supporters, artists and local politicians at all levels of government.
\"I call on all the dignitaries and politicians who are with us today, especially the Waterloo area and the City of kidina, to help us find the venue for the eight works,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"May this 10 th Anniversary Impact Festival become a call to action to start building the art center that this community has long dreamed of,\" he said with a lot of support and applause.
\"We are looking for any building with a big, empty room,\" Bou-
Matar said in an interview after the speech.
\"We need any help from anyone, developer or owner.
We don\'t have to pay for the venue.
\"The room must be large enough to accommodate stage and seating for up to 60 people.
All lights, seats and sound systems will be installed in IMPACT19.
This space is needed in a week. The Israeli-
The program explores the Palestinian conflict, the Syrian civil war, immigration and immigration, the impact of boarding schools on aboriginal Canadians, and the objectifying of the female body in Western culture.
These topics are hot and timely topics for writers and artists outside of the mainstream Performing Arts in Canada.
Alicia Sanchez\'s drama immigration represents the influence of international works.
It\'s about immigrants crossing Mexico. U. S.
The border and will be on a large river bus.
\"This is a private account for immigrants,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"It only takes about 30 people per show.
\"The Festival of influence drama is by the drama company Bou-
Established in 2005, Matar is called MT Space.
It has developed several well-received international tour plays, including the last 15 seconds, Amale, raft, Paradise and Body 13
\"Tickets for IMPACT19 solo shows are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.
Holiday passes will cost $119 until the end of July.
After that, the pass was $190.
Tickets for all programs are available online through the ticket site. ca. IMPACT —
International multicultural platform for alternative contemporary theater-
Including two activities organized by Neruda art.
The outdoor stage and story market will be held one after another.
28 Kings Street and 29 performances by Congolese technicians
Musician KIZBA plans to join the TWH social event at the Walper hotel after dark. 28.
Isabel sisner, founder of Neruda art, said the stage and story market would close part of King Street.
\"We will have music and suppliers, we will have music --
\"Dance Workshop,\" she said.
\"Everyone is invited to participate, so even those who can\'t afford a ticket can attend.
So no one, no one is excluded.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
ComTwitter: @ PenderRecord tpender @ therecord.
Com\'s microblog: @ pendercordkitchener-
The founder of the influential theater festival on Tuesday called for a new art center in the city center.
In the launch of the impactdi Bou-IMPACT19 Drama Festival
Matar announced plans to stage 23 plays in September, but organizers still need to find a stage for eight of them.
\"We are still challenged by the lack of venues at the heart of the city,\" Bou said . \"
Matar, founder and artistic director of IMPACT.
After the first festival in 2009, he held the festival every other year in the center of kidina, with local, national and international works mixed with drama, dance, multimedia, puppets, movements
To mark the 10 th anniversary of the festival in September, the program includes works from Tunisia, Morocco, Lebanon, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Iran and Chile.
There are also seven plays in Canada and seven local playwrights.
\"In just six days, where will you play more than 50 games? \" Bou-
Matar announced the festival lineup at La Cucina restaurant on Tuesday morning.
The King Street western restaurant is packed with theater supporters, artists and local politicians at all levels of government.
\"I call on all the dignitaries and politicians who are with us today, especially the Waterloo area and the City of kidina, to help us find the venue for the eight works,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"May this 10 th Anniversary Impact Festival become a call to action to start building the art center that this community has long dreamed of,\" he said with a lot of support and applause.
\"We are looking for any building with a big, empty room,\" Bou-
Matar said in an interview after the speech.
\"We need any help from anyone, developer or owner.
We don\'t have to pay for the venue.
\"The room must be large enough to accommodate stage and seating for up to 60 people.
All lights, seats and sound systems will be installed in IMPACT19.
This space is needed in a week. The Israeli-
The program explores the Palestinian conflict, the Syrian civil war, immigration and immigration, the impact of boarding schools on aboriginal Canadians, and the objectifying of the female body in Western culture.
These topics are hot and timely topics for writers and artists outside of the mainstream Performing Arts in Canada.
Alicia Sanchez\'s drama immigration represents the influence of international works.
It\'s about immigrants crossing Mexico. U. S.
The border and will be on a large river bus.
\"This is a private account for immigrants,\" Bou-Matar said.
\"It only takes about 30 people per show.
\"The Festival of influence drama is by the drama company Bou-
Established in 2005, Matar is called MT Space.
It has developed several well-received international tour plays, including the last 15 seconds, Amale, raft, Paradise and Body 13
\"Tickets for IMPACT19 solo shows are $20 in advance or $25 at the door.
Holiday passes will cost $119 until the end of July.
After that, the pass was $190.
Tickets for all programs are available online through the ticket site. ca. IMPACT —
International multicultural platform for alternative contemporary theater-
Including two activities organized by Neruda art.
The outdoor stage and story market will be held one after another.
28 Kings Street and 29 performances by Congolese technicians
Musician KIZBA plans to join the TWH social event at the Walper hotel after dark. 28.
Isabel sisner, founder of Neruda art, said the stage and story market would close part of King Street.
\"We will have music and suppliers, we will have music --
\"Dance Workshop,\" she said.
\"Everyone is invited to participate, so even those who can\'t afford a ticket can attend.
So no one, no one is excluded.
\"Tpender @ therecord.
ComTwitter: @ PenderRecord tpender @ therecord.
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