Sunday November 13, 2016

In the auditorium

Posted in Arts & Culture

In this 60 minute solo show, Ins Choi shares about his life leading up to a divine encounter with a homeless man on a subway station platform. Comedic storytelling and spoken word poetry combine to create this unique performance of a highly personal story.

Written and produced by Choi, the play will be performed in the auditorium. Admittance is free. A Q&A session with Choi will occur after the performance.

Ins Choi is an actor and a playwright who was born in South Korea, grew up in Scarborough and now lives in Toronto with his wife and two children. He has performed with many theatre companies including the Stratford Festival, fu-GEN, Canadian Stage and Soulpepper. His inaugural, award-winning play, Kim’s Convenience, was first produced at the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival. It is now being produced as a TV show on CBC.