ABOUT HILOT MEANS HEALER
Hilot Means Healer is a historical drama that takes place in World War II Philippines, weaving a story of unexpected bonds between people that formed during a time of cataclysmic change.
Flor, a local healer, struggles to survive with a young orphan named Alma in wartime Manila. When she meets a mysterious stranger, she experiences an awakening as old memories resurface. Flor finds herself at a crossroads and must decide to dwell in the past or prepare for the future.
Hilot Means Healer will be showing at the Theatre Centre of the BMO Incubator for Live Arts at 1115 Queen St. W in Toronto from October 5 to 27, 2019.
Written by Jo Simalaya Alcampo and directed by Jasmine Chen.
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS FOR HILOT MEANS HEALER?
Preview tickets CAD15.00
Seniors / Students / Arts Workers CAD20.00
Regular tickets CAD25.00
Tuesday performances are Pay-What-You-Can.
HILOT MEANS HEALER AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCES AND TOUCH TOURS
Audio Described performances will take place on the following dates:
7:30pm Friday, October 18, 2019
7:30pm Friday, October 25, 2019
Touch tours are also available one hour before Audio Described performances. Email email@example.com for reservations.
HILOT MEANS HEAR RELAXED PERFORMANCES
2:00pm Sunday October 13, 2019
2:00pm Sunday October 20, 2019
ABOUT JO SIMALAYA ALCAMPO
Born in the Philippines, Jo SiMalaya Alcampo moved to the Scarborough neighbourhood with her family to become an interdisciplinary artist in Toronto.
She works with queer youth and mental health system survivors, as well as Overseas Filipino Workers.
Alcampo is a co-founder of the Kwentong Bayan Collective.
BMO INCUBATOR FOR LIVE ARTS ADDRESS
The Theatre Centre
BMO Incubator for Live Arts
1115 Queen St. W
Toronto ON M6J 3T4
Telephone: (416) 538-0988
Hours: Tuesdays to Fridays 1:00pm to 5:00pm
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