At the End of the Day

At the End of the Day

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Company
End of Day Productions
Creator(s)
Brenda Kamino
Runtime
25 minutes

Relocation syndrome. It means you move, you die.

Hina is 100 years old. There is fruit salad for lunch which means her daughters are here to visit, aren’t they?

"AT THE END OF THE DAY" shines a light on one Japanese Canadian woman’s epic lifelong journey, her resilience and humour through her many upheavals.

Written by and starring award-winning Canadian stage and screen veteran, Brenda Kamino.


Credits

Director
Brenley Charkow
Videographer
Bonnie Anderson
Sound Designer
Lyon Smith
Editor
Bonnie Anderson
Cast
Starring: Brenda Kamino. Also featuring: Dawn Obokata
Raoul Bhaneja
Elley Ray.
Producer
Co-produced by Bustle and Beast Theatre Company
Brenley Charkow

More about the company

Bustle & Beast is an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes award-winning, and Toronto Theatre Critics award nominated independent theatre company. We present fearlessly challenging plays that question our perceptions about what we *think* we know, creating unforgettable theatrical experiences. Through the plays we produce, our work continues to elevate and champion women's voices in theatre. Recently relocated from Amiskwacîwâskahikan (Edmonton), we now call Tkaronto (Toronto) home.


Accessibility information

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Land acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that the land we gather on is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, the Anishnaabe, the Mississaugas, and the Huron-Wyndat.

We honour all who came before us, our own ancestors as well as all the Indigenous caretakers, named and unnamed, recorded and unrecorded. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work, play, and create here in this community, on this territory, and to carry on the tradition of storytelling.


Content advice

Suitable for all ages


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