A special documentary showing takes place at The Isabel on January 23rd. Alanis Obomsawin’s 53rd film documents the story of a young boy who spent all five years of his life in hospital while the provincial and federal government argued over who was responsible for paying for the boy’s care. After facing criticism for the boy’s death, Parliament passed a motion in support of “Jordan’s Principle,” a policy meant to ensure equal access to government-funded health, social and educational services,…
From Bader Lane to Broadway is an afternoon of music theatre selections performed by faculty from the DAN School of Drama and Music and the Music Theatre program at St.Lawrence College. Tickets are $10 to $28. For more information, please see the link below.
Safe Haven is a powerful multimedia exploration in music, words, and images of the influence of refugee populations on the culture of their adopted countries during the baroque era. Safe Haven features music by European baroque composers including Corelli, Lully, Bach, Telemann, and Vivaldi. For more information, please see the link below.