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Behind The Brickz

May 17th, 2006     by Nicole Cohen     Comments

The A.M.Y. Project, a youth/artist mentoring program, presents its first show: Behind The Brickz. According to a press release, the multi-disciplinary show is about a group of teenage girls who are dealing with the death of one of their peers. The show tackles racism politics and grief.

The A.M.Y. (Artists Mentoring Youth) program was formed to engage girls in arts and culture by pairing them up with a group of inspiring, talented mentors, including dbi young (dub poet, playwright and performer), Nicole Stamp (creator/performer), Nina Lee Aquino (director, playwright and Artistic Director of fu-GEN theatre) and more.

Details: Where: Theatre Passe Muraille (Backspace), 16 Ryerson, Toronto When: Sunday June 4, 7:30 p.m. and Monday June 5, 7:30 p.m. (theres a party after that show) Tickets: $12, $5 for youth under 21. Details: 416-819-1612 or

This is a great program and deserves our support!

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