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Marie Joseph Angélique, an enslaved Black woman, was accused, tried and hanged for setting fire to Montréal in 1734. The late Lorena Gale’s award-winning 1998 classic play draws a line from Canada’s often ignored history of slavery to contemporary struggles with systemic racism and oppression. Inspired by historical transcripts from the infamous trial, Angélique is a moving account of Black Canadian history beyond the Underground Railroad. Tues-Sat 8pm; Sat & Sun 2pm Prices range from $84 for a 3-Play Mid-Week Pass to $180 for a 6-Play Anytime Pass Single tickets start at just $20 for previews and range from $40-$50 for regular performances Student and Senior prices also available For More Info and to Connect with Factory: factorytheatre.ca • Twitter: @FactoryToronto • Facebook: @FactoryTheatreTO • Support Us! #ftCrossCanada
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