Canadian Civil Liberties Association hosts post-show panel tonight at 9pm
The post-show discussion will be an opportunity to reflect on the play and the G20 experience, to talk about the frailty of police accountability mechanisms and to discuss broader issues surrounding law enforcement.
Emily Burke, managing editor, The Mark News
Tommy Taylor, playwright/performer of You Should Have Stayed Home
Ajamu Nangwaya, labour lawyer specializing in police accountability
Nathalie Des Rosiers, General Counsel of Canadian Civil Liberties Association
Free // Snacks and drinks will be provided.
7:30 Performance: The Theatre Centre
Post-show panel: Conversation Room at the Great Hall
1087 Queen Street West
Wednesday, August 10th