This past summer Prologue Performing Arts was proud to present Summer Arts Break, their first free fully curated summer series in partnership with the City of Toronto’s Cultural Hotspot Initiative and Eglinton Square. Prologue presented 8 interactive arts experiences including a percussion workshop with Njacko Backo, an Indigenous dance performance by Tribal Vision Dance, and storytime with acclaimed author Rukhsana Khan.
“Prologue is excited to be able to reach new communities with our public performance series. The goal of diversifying our programming is to ensure that we are providing barrier free access to arts education for all youth, both in schools and throughout different communities” says Maria Williams, Executive Director of Prologue Performing Arts.
In 2020, Prologue transitioned their programs to virtual platforms to adapt to the COVID restrictions put in place on the performing arts and in schools. Since then the organization has successfully reached over 500,000 students virtually across Ontario.
Prologue Performing Arts is a not-for-profit charitable organization that presents performing arts experiences in schools and communities across Ontario since 1966. To book your school performance visit prologue.org.
For inquiries please contact:
416-591-9092 ext. 223