From: February 01, 2015
Tickets starting at Free
Join us for another season of enriching pre-show lectures and intimate talks given by some of the community’s most prominent artists and thinkers. All talks take place on the first Sunday of each run at 11:00 a.m. in the Segal Theatre.
Forever Plaid : February 1, 2015 at 11:00 a.m.
This Sunday @ The Segal will feature insight on music and theatre from Forever Plaid cast members Gab Desmond & Michael Daniel Murphy. It will be moderated by Matt Goldberg; performer, educator and host of Edge of The City.
ENTRANCE IS FREE
Complimentary coffee and snacks will be served before the presentation.
NOTE: Café Dizengoff has closed. The YM/YWHA has formed a committee to see what they will do, but we don’t expect to see a restaurant in the Y in the near future.
Due to this change, this Sunday @ The Segal, we have made arrangements with SNOWDON DELI. They will be offering a light “Kosher Style” lunch menu for sale at the Segal Centre ArtLounge. The meals will be ready after the Sunday @ The Segal lecture at 12:00 P.M. For more information, please contact the Segal Box Office at 514.739.7944.
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LISTEN TO THE PODCAST
This season’s Sunday @ the Segal lectures will be recorded and featured on No More Radio’s hit arts and culture podcast, Edge of the City.
Episodes will be hosted by performer and educator Matt Goldberg (Confabulation, Uncalled For), and recorded live to be released as a podcast the following Monday. These enriching pre-show lectures explore the themes, frameworks and ideas behind the Segal Centre's main stage performances this season.
Check back in to download or stream the podcast!
PARTNERSThe Segal Centre is proud to partner with the Institute for Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) at McGill University for Sunday-@-The Segal.
The Segal Centre’s public programs are generously supported by Richter.
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