We Are All One

Don Bouzek

1990, 28:00 minutes, colour, English


We Are All One documents the contact between Popular Theatre artists from the Zimbabwe Association of Community Theatres (ZACT) and people working for social change in Canada. The tape centres around the ZACT group's presentation of three plays at the Canadian Association of Popular Threatre's 1989 Festival in Guelph. However, it also includes documentation of other performances at a Southern African solidarity event in Toronto and for a Canadian Labour Congress Educational in Port Elgin.

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