Past Performances & Residencies

Past Performances & Residencies

2018

  • National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women, Humber College North Campus (Dec 6)
  • Harmony Movement Award Gala (Nov 8)
  • Soka Gakkai International Buddhist annual meeting (Nov 4)
  • United Steel Workers Union, international women’s conference (Oct 14)
  • Take Back the Night, Toronto (Sept 14)
  • Harbord Collegiate Taiko Club (Sept- Dec)
  • StreetHealth Mosaic Unveiling (July 13)
  • Dyke March, Pride (June 23)
  • Leaside High School, May Asian Heritage Celebration (May 30)
  • Kensington Pedestrian Sunday (May 27)
  • Mindful Society Conference (May 26)
  • Forest Hill Collegiate Institute, May Asian Heritage Celebration (May 18)
  • Queer Asian Youth Taiko workshop series (Feb 21-April 4)

2017

  • CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees) National Convention (Oct 5)
  • Toronto Taiko Festival 2017 (Aug 25-27)
  • Pelee Island Sky and Stone Music Series (July 8)
  • Dyke March, Pride (June 24)
  • March for more Midwives, Nathan Philips Square (June 17)
  • Pride Pub, University of Toronto (June 9)
  • Robert Lee Johnson Public School Asian Heritage Month Presentation (May 18)
  • Canadian Labour Congress, Toronto Metro Convention Centre (May 10)
  • Queer Asian Youth workshop series and performance (Feb 12- April 9)
  • McMurrich Public School Asian Heritage Month Presentation (May 1)
  • TDSB May Asian Heritage Month Celebration at Central Tech (May 1)
  • International Women’s Day Celebration at U of T Mississaugua (March 9)
  • Harbord Collegiate Taiko Club (January-June, Sept- Dec)

 

2016

  • Mayor’s Evening for the Arts (Nov 7)
  • Buy Art Not Kids fundrasier (Nov 1)
  • Kensington Pedestrian Sunday (Oct 30)
  • Harbord Collegiate Institute, club assembly (Sept 23)
  • Take Back the Night Rally, Brampton (Sept 15)
  • Alexandra Park Community Celebration (Aug 13)
  • Hiroshima/Nagasaki Day, Nathan Philips Square (Aug 6)
  • Pride:  Dyke March (July 2)
  • Japanese Film Festival at JCCC (June 15)
  • Queer Asian Youth workshop series and concert (April 10-May 29)
  • Humewood Community School, Asian Heritage Month presentation (May 5)
  • Humberside Collegiate, Asian Heritage Month presentation (May 5)
  • Harbord Collegiate Taiko Club (Jan-Dec)
  • Taiko Jam (April 3, May 1, June 5, June 12, Aug 7, Aug 28, Oct 2, Nov 6)
  • Crooked Lines; RAW full length production (March 11-13)
  • No Lights No Lycra (Feb 26)
  • Skidmore College (Feb 20)

2015

  • Harbord Collegiate Taiko Club (Sept-Dec)
  • Transformative Social Change Symposium/Gatehouse (Nov 21)
  • Gilda’s Club Fundraiser (Nov 18)
  • Arts and Equity Symposium (Nov 12)
  • Hiroshima Memorial Day (Aug 6)
  • Nuit Blanche North Huntsville (July 11)
  • Pierre Laporte Middle School Residency (Jan-June)
  • Pride (June 28)
  • Fundraiser for Sick Kids (June 4)
  • Topcliffe Public School Assembly (May 14
  • Pauline Jr Public School Assembly (May 14)
  • Derrydown Public School Assembly (May 14)
  • Bedford Park Public School Assembly (May 5)
  • CUPW Quadrennial Convention (May 4)
  • Queer Asian Youth residency (March-April)
  • IWD Celebration:  Dancing Damsels (March 8)
  • International Women’s Day Fundraiser for Interim Place (March 7)
  • Pierre Laporte Middle School Assembly (Jan 19)

 

2014

  • Workers’ Action Centre (Dec 12)
  • Human Rights Awards, City of Toronto (Nov 26)
  • Zoocheck Fundraiser (Nov 22)
  • Law and Youth Workshop (Oct 24)
  • GETTING TO LOUD, drumming retreat for women (Sept 19-21)
  • Festival International de Percussions, de Longueuil (July 12)
  • World Pride Parade; winner for best contingent!! (June 29)
  • Pride Dyke March (June 28)
  • AIDS Vigil (June 24)
  • Queer Korean Film Festival (June 14)
  • East Coast Taiko Conference performance and workshops (Feb 7-9)
  • Queer Asian Youth workshop series (Jan 19-Feb 23)
  • Beginning Taiko Workshop for the public (Jan 12)

2013

  • From RAge Comes RAW Concert, Betty Oliphant Theatre (Dec 7-8)
  • Royal Ontario Museum, Friday Night Live! Planet Asia (Nov 8)
  • Small World in the Square, Small World Music Festival (Sept 28)
  • Matsuri Japanese Cultural Festival at Dundas Square (July 28)
  • PRIDE (June 29)
  • Pierre Laporte Middle School (June 13)
  • Glen Ames Middle School (May 30)
  • UALE Conference (April 17)
  • Fundraiser for Alexandra Park Community Centre (March 28)
  • Queer Asian Youth workshops (Feb-March 24)
  • ETT Anti-racism, Equity and Social Justice Committee, International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21)
  • University of Toronto:  International Women’s Day Celebration (March 6)
  • Public workshop (Jan 26)

2012

  • Elementary Teachers of Toronto Federation Day, Toronto Congress Centre (Dec 7)
  • Access, Equity and Human Rights Awards, Toronto City Hall (Dec 5)
  • Humewood Community School:  Performance (Nov 20)
  • Central Commerce Collegiate Institute:  Performance (Oct 11) and Residency (Nov 5-9)
  • Ryerson University Social Justice Week kick off:  Decent Work, Decent Lives for All Rally (Oct 1)
  • Harbourfront Centre Fortune Cooking Festival (Sept 16)
  • Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario, annual dinner (Aug 15)
  • Toronto Taiko Festival:  Bang On!! (July 6-8)
  • PRIDE Toronto, South Stage (June 30)
  • Asian Heritage Assembly for K-8 Schools at Harbord Collegiate (May 28)
  • Residency at Harbord Collegiate (May 28-June 1)
  • Rocking Girls and Thundering Women, fundraiser for TorontoTaiko Festival, at The Projection Booth (May 25)
  • Residency at Central Commerce Collegiate Institute (May 14-18)
  • FemCab, International Women’s Day Celebration, Brigantine Room, Harbourfronte Centre (March 29)
  • Workshops with QAY (Queer Asian Youth), part of Community One Grant

2011

  • School Assembly, Central Commerce Collegiate Institute
  • Government Service Union Convention, Delta Chelsea Toronto
  • Residency at Alexandra Park Community Centre Summer Leadership program
  • Pride Toronto, South Stage
  • Ontario Public Service Alliance of Canada, Sheraton Downtown
  • Residency at Harbord Collegiate Institute as part of Asian Heritage Month
  • Rally for Respect, Dundas Square
  • Canadian Union of Public Employees, Women’s Conference, Sheraton Centre
  • Bread & Bricks Davenport West Social Justice Group, Open House: A Community Celebration, Davenport-Perth Community Centre
  • City of Toronto, Family Day Event, Scarborough Civic Centre
  • Humber College, Celebrating 100 Years of International Women’s Day, Humber College Lakeshore Campus
  • UTM Study of Women and Gender Program, International Women’s Day Event, University of Toronto Mississauga Campus
  • Peel Committee Against Women Abuse, International Women’s Day Celebration, Sagan Banquet Hall and Convention Centre
  • International Women’s Day Organizing Committee, International Women’s Day Rally, OISE Auditorium
  • Love Letters To Japan: Cabaret Fundraiser for Earthquake Relief in Japan, Buddies In Bad Times Theatre
  • Toronto To Japan:  Hope Blossoms, TIFF Bell Lightbox

2010

  • City of Toronto, Olympic Torch Relay Celebration, Nathan Phillips Square
  • Toronto Women’s Bookstore, International Women’s Day Benefit Concert, Tranzac Club
  • Interim Place & UTM Women and Gender Studies, International Women’s Day Celebration, University of Toronto
  • Mississauga- Canadian Event Industry Awards, Star Awards Gala, Atlantis Pavilions
  • Heydon Park Secondary School, School performance
  • Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, Queen’s Park North
  • Council of Canadians, Shout Out for Global Justice!, Massey Hall
  • DisOrientation York 2010, Re-orientation cabaret: My sex is beautiful, Gladstone Hotel Ballroom
  • Street Haven, 45th Anniversary, City of Toronto Archives
  • Ontario Public Service Employees Union, Human Rights Conference: Get Up! Stand Up! For Your Rights!, Hilton Suites Hotel

2009

  • City of Toronto, WinterCity Festival, Nathan Phillips Square
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra, New Creations Festival, Roy Thomson Hall Lobby
  • Good For Her, Feminist Porn Awards, Berkeley Church
  • Asian Heritage Month-CFACI and York Centre for Asian Research, Asian Heritage Month Lecture, York University
  • Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, Queen’s Park North
  • Pride Toronto, Wellesley Stage
  • Peterborough Folk Festival, Nicholls Oval/Rotary Park (Peterborough, ON)
  • Hysteria Festival, Buddies In Bad Times Theatre
  • Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, National Women’s Conference, Crowne Plaza Hotel
  • Sexual Assault / Rape Crisis Centre of Peel, And Still We Rise Gala Novotel Hotel Mississauga

2008

  • Lesbian and Gay Community Appeal Foundation, Grants Day Reception, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
  • Pleasant View Junior High School,  School performance
  • Toronto District School Board SE3 Quadrant, Survive and Thrive ’08, Q-ssis Banquet Halls
  • Baythorn Public School, Community performance
  • Soundstreams, Cool Drummings International Percussion Festival, Royal Ontario Museum Plaza
  • Canadian Labour Congress, Women’s Forum + National Convention, Metro Toronto Convention Centre
  • Youth Out Loud, The Walk to Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, Queen’s Park North
  • Amnesty International Canada, Annual General Meeting, Queen’s Park
  • Xtra, Pride Party, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
  • Up Against A Giant: 8 Temp Workers vs. United Parcel Services Canada, Innis College Town Hall
  • Pride Toronto, Funk Asia: United and Undefeated, Pride South Stage
  • Tobago Muhtadi International Drumming Festival, Dwight Yorke Stadium & Fort Granby (Tobago)
  • Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, Opening Night Gala, Bloor Cinema
  • Federation of Muslim Women, 10th Anniversary Gala, Mississauga Grand Banquet & Convention Centre
  • CUPE Ontario, Women’s Conference, Metropolitan Hotel

2007

  • Nellie’s, Annual General Meeting, Ralph Thornton Community Centre
  • Youth Out Loud, The Walk to Stop Child Sexual Abuse, Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Pride Toronto, Dyke Day Afternoon, Pride South Stage
  • Dusk Dances, Opening Band for six evenings, Withrow Park
  • World Routes 2007, Dim Sum Chinese Festival, Harbourfront Centre
  • Canadian Oak, Midsummer Festival and Charity Event (St.George, ON)
  • Canadian Union of Public Employees, National Convention, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

2006

  • Ooglie, Anniversary Party and Charity Event, Gladstone Hotel Ballroom
  • Browngirlworld 5, Pan-Asian Women Celebrate International Women’s Day,   Innis College Town Hall
  • Law Society of Upper Canada, International Women’s Day Reception, Osgoode Hall- Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre, Fundraising Event, Cabbage Patch Bar & Grill- Public Service Alliance of Canada, National Convention, Westin Harbour Castle
  • Youth Out Loud, The Walk To Stop The Silence, Nathan Phillips Square
  • ACAS and CelebrAsian, All That Matters Fundraising Dinner, Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant
  • Nellie’s, Jazz it Up with Nellie’s, Harbourfront Centre
  • Taiwanese Association, Sheraton Hotel-Markham
  • AIDS 2006 / XVI International AIDS Conference, Rhythm Positive, Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Women’s Conference,   DoubleTree International Plaza Airport Hotel

2005

  • Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Double Deck(ade) Cabaret, Steelworkers Hall
  • Hillcrest Public School, Asian Heritage Month Celebration
  • Dat Girl ‘Sho Is Funny, Urban Womyn’s Comedy Festival, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
  • Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre, Open House
  • Pride Toronto, Proud Planet, Pride North Stage
  • Canadian Oak, Midsummer Festival (St.George, ON)
  • Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario, Annual Dinner, Sheraton Centre Ballroom

2004

  • Take Back The Night Rally, LAMP Community Health Centre
  • The Beat Goes On: RAW Returns!, Tequila Lounge
  • Education Wife Assault, 25th Anniversary Celebration
  • The RED Festival, She Wore Red, Lula Lounge
  • METRAC, 20th Anniversary Annual General Meeting, Cecil Street Community Centre

2003

  • Artists Against The War, One Big No Peace Festival,  Nathan Phillips Square
  • Anti-War Rally, Yonge-Dundas Square
  • Muhtadi International Drumming Festival,  Queen’s Park
  • Garden Avenue Public School, Year End Celebration
  • Toronto Organizing for Fair Employment, Raise the Minimum Wage Rally, outside Eaton Centre
  • Take Back The Night Rally, Dufferin Grove Park
  • December 6 Fund, Annual Remembrance Day Banquet, Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant

2002

  • York Region Board of Education, Equity (RISE) Conference
  • Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Azn Axis, B-Side
  • Multicultural Womyn in Concert/Camp SIS, Queer Womyn’s Cabaret Extravaganza
  • Pride Buffalo, Pride Celebration Stage & Shades Dance (Buffalo, NY)
  • Nelson Mandela Park Public School, December 6 Memorial
  • December 6 Fund, Annual Remembrance Day Banquet, Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant

2001

  • Steelworkers District 6, International Day for the Elimination of Racism Event
  • Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Steelworkers Hall
  • Garden Avenue Public School, Year End Celebration
  • December 6 Fund, Reclaiming Mother’s Day Fundraiser
  • Pride Toronto, Pride Day North Stage

2000

  • Gay Asians of Toronto, Lunar Ball Fundraiser
  • Colour of Freedom: Antiracism Secretariat, Youth Event
  • Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Queer Performances Night
  • Strange Sisters, Lesbian Cabaret, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre
  • Chinese Canadian National Council, 20th Anniversary Dinner & Awards Night

1999

  • Riverdale Collegiate Institute, Lunar New Year Community Fair
  • Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts, Opening Night
  • Toronto District School Board, Asian Heritage Month Taiko Talk
  • Community and Immigrants Services of Scarborough, Fundraising Dinner
  • University of Guelph, Workshop for Native and Students of Colour (Guelph, ON)
  • December 6 Fund, Annual Remembrance Day Banquet, Bright Pearl Seafood Restaurant

1998

  • Park Public School, Commemorative Assembly