Diane Flacks is a writer/actor. Most recently she wrote and starred in Unholy, her critically acclaimed play about women and religion for Nightwood Theatre, which was nominated for a Dora for outstanding new play. She has been a long time national parenting columnist for CBC radio, and has been a contributor to DNTO and Tapestry. She was a feature columnist for the Toronto Star among others.
Join a celebration of QUEER/Play, An Anthology of Queer Women’s Performance and Plays; Unholy, a new play that looks at contemporary women in organized religions; and City Voices, a book of monologues by Toronto artists. Featured writers at this event are Carolyn Taylor, performer and writer on Baroness Von Sketch; Evalyn Parry, Artistic Director at Buddies in Bad Times […]