Shaunga Tagore’s Letters to the Universe is a brown femme “superqueero’s” journey through time warps and alternate dimensions where she meets her epic, complicated spirit guides – Premonition, The Warrior, The Conjurer, The Healer, The Siren and The Star, who each teach her about the secret of magic. This play infuses theatre, dance, poetry, song, video projection, and astrology. It is about survivors, ancestors, family, and curious twin spirits like grief & joy, life & death, madness & magic.
to everyone who supported and witnessed our 4-day workshop run at The Theatre Centre (September 14-17). If you missed the show, you can read a review about it HERE.
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All proceeds go toward supporting Queer, Trans, Black, Brown, Indigenous Artists, and will help us mount more projects like this in the future. Thank you to everyone who supported this phase of our development including Toronto Rape Crisis Centre, Intergalactic Arts Collective, The Gladstone Hotel, b current, Storefront Theatre, The Theatre Centre, Tagore family, Ganguly family, Sarkar family, Bose family, Chakroborty family, David Robert Duncan Parsons and numerous other individuals who offered time, energy, money, work, presence and spirit. This workshop was produced with support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council.