Panamerican Routes

An International Festival produced by Aluna Theatre


From May 15th to 27th 2012, a new generation of innovative voices from the Canadian and Latin American Diaspora converges on Toronto from across the Continent for two busy weeks of breathtaking performances, workshops and conference sessions exploring theatre and human rights.


Panamerican Routes / Rutas Panamericanas features work from Carmen Aguirre, Federico Restrepo and Loco7, Violeta Luna, Rosa Laborde, Liliana Suarez Henao, Carlos Satizabal, a remount of Aluna Theatre’s award winning Nohayquiensepa (No one knows), and more.


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Panamerican Routes also offers four dynamic workshops with a rare opportunity to learn skills and techniques from some of the most brilliant theatre makers from around the globe. Click here for more information.


From May 24th to 26th the festival will also present six provocative conference sessions in English and Spanish for artists, academics, community leaders, activists, interest groups, and the general public to gather and investigate how theatre can bring awareness and affect social change in areas of migration, displacement, corporate responsibility, and human rights. Each conference is linked to a specific Panamerican Routes performance or reading. Click here for more information.


Here’s Trevor Schwellnus talking about the importance of a Festival that combines Human Rights and…read more


Women on Stage

May 7, 2012 | Kendra Fry

I read this article this week via the Huffington Post on the oft considered (at…read more