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How do you mark a special occasion? For one week, Siminovitch Prize winning director Nadia Ross will explore this idea in residency and will share what she’s come up with in one public presentation.

STO Union
STO Union has been producing new and internationally acclaimed work since 1992.
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Statement from Nadia Ross:
STO Union, the company I founded in 1992, is heading towards its 30th year of operations and the board of directors has tasked me with finding a way to mark the occasion. This presentation is my first attempt at sharing ideas on how to do that. I’d like it to be a celebration, but as I think about the future I also have to think about the end, because that’s what celebrations do, they mark the change of things. Join me as I figure it out, live, with you and share some of what STO Union is up to.

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