Created and moderated by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Produced by New Harlem Productions
April 1-4, 2020 7:30pm at the Museum of Vancouver
What if we could slow down time, and ask a question that would change how we see each other? What if we could see through many lenses? This exhibit creates a space for clarity, curiosity and mindful engagement. Our docents draw on extensive knowledge and experience in the area of their own humanity – and yours. Come with your context, come with your questions, come with an open heart.
“One of the most challenging [and] empowering experiences.” (Mooney on Theatre)
Donna-Michelle St. Bernard aka Belladonna the Blest is an emcee, playwright and agitator. She is a coordinator with the AdHoc Assembly, artistic director of New Harlem Productions, emcee in residence at Theatre Passe Muraille and playwright in residence at lemonTree creations. DM’s main body of work, the 54ology, includes Gas Girls, A Man A Fish, Sound of the Beast, Salome’s Clothes, The First Stone and Cake. She is quite nice, and also badass.
Boca del Lupo’s presentation series is generously supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, Canadian Heritage, BC Arts Council, BC Gaming, and the City of Vancouver.