Lecture Conversation – R.H. Thomson
R. H. Thomson – actor, director and playwright. Winner of the Governor General’s Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award 2015.
Sharing stories from his long and varied career.
An intuitive and versatile artist, R. H. Thomson is acclaimed for his ability to bring Canada’s stories and characters to life. As a stage, film and television actor he has played such diverse roles as Glenn Gould, Frederick Banting, Hamlet and Cyrano, and he has directed at theatres nationwide. He spearheaded the commemorative projects Vigile 1914–1918 Vigil and The World Remembers / Le Monde se souvient, and is a passionate advocate for Canadian culture.
This lecture is free, and RSVP is not required.