Lunch & Learn about Fringe Festival Volunteers!
We learned about Lily’s backstage volunteer work with the Toronto Fringe Festival, an organization that showcases independent theatre productions for low ticket prices. It aims to generate interest and support for live performance and to put a spotlight on artists who may not otherwise have similar opportunities.
2013 marked Lily’s second experience working backstage with the Toronto Fringe. She successfully stage managed actwright theatre’s production of ‘Drowning in Wasabi’ at the Tarragon Theatre.
Good work, Lily!
For more info: http://fringetoronto.com/
Lunch & Learns are hosted by And Aläm.
Created by Ingle Group employees, And Aläm is an in-house hub for discussion about and activity surrounding social justice, equity, and community engagement in our world. Many employees have had and will have a connection to such experiences, and the aim of the group is to foster awareness and to support projects both at home and abroad. And Aläm is a natural extension of the values and interests of the Ingle Group, as our companies are always working to improve the health and security of people in Canada and travellers around the world.
The name And Aläm comes from Amharic, a language spoken in Ethiopia. We chose this name for its meaning, “One World” and its birthplace, the Horn of Africa where humanity began millions of years ago.
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