We are pleased to announce the inception of Black Theatre Workshop’s first Virtual Vision Celebration. The entire event will be shown online via our Facebook page on January 30th 2021 at 7PM. 

Please join us as we honour elite dancer and choreographer Eddy Toussaint with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Achievement Award.  The evening will also see us present the Dr. Clarence Bayne Community Service Award to famed entrepreneur and community builder Thelma Johnson.

Musical performances, special guests, tributes and a live draw will round out this virtual celebration. Also featured, is the presentation of the Victor Phillips Award to Imzadi Amarante and the Gloria Mitchell-Aleong Award  to Blxck Cxsper, for their artistic achievements.

We invite you to register early for this event and in doing so ensure your inclusion in the draw, at what promises to be a truly unforgettable cultural evening.

We look forward to you celebrating with us the success and power of art in our community!

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Black Theatre Workshop (BTW) is Canada’s longest running theatre company dedicated to the works of Black and diasporic communities. BTW’s mission is to promote and produce outstanding theatre that educates, entertains and inspires. The company strives to create greater cross-cultural understanding by challenging its audience and the status quo. Expanding the representation of Black Canadian artists, BTW bridges cultural divides – uniting hearts, minds and communities.