There Is So Much More To Say  

A work on working together in process. First conceived by Erin Brubacher and Erum Khan. Created and performed by collaborators ages 16-68.

There Is So Much More To Say is a performance that makes multigenerational conversations with the people who are in the room. 

The newest edition of There Is So Much More To Say will take place at Evergreen Brick Works in Toronto, on June 17th, 18th and 19th, 2024. This iteration is created and hosted by Erin Brubacher, Chloe Cha, and Anne Wessels, with support from Andrea Nann, Sara Constant, Janet Morton, and Sheeep Studio/Reza Nik

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The performance is intended for audiences ages 14-100 & beyond. If you have childcare, or any accessibility questions or requests, please reach out to: 

There Is So Much More To Say is grounded in the belief that connection and communication between people at different stages in life is important in navigating our shared world.

There Is So Much More To Say will also be hosted by Eastern Edge Gallery in St. John’s Newfoundland, on July 29th and 30th, 2024. Check back for more details.

There Is So Much More To Say (formerly Talk To Me) has received funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and the Toronto Arts Council.

Project History

Past iterations of There Is So Much More To Say were presented under the name Talk To Me. The last version of Talk To Me was created and performed by Erin Brubacher, Erum Khan, Chloe Cha, Felix Chew and Anne Wessels, supported by Sandy Plunkett, Adrien Whan, and Matthew Pencer, with consultants Kaitlin Hickey (design) and Cara Spooner (movement). Here are some images from that perfomance:

Toronto, December-January 2023. Photos by Jeremy Mimnagh

The earliest version of Talk To Me asked: who are the people we come from, and how do we know ourselves through them? Four grandchildren began a conversation. Erin Brubacher and Erum Khan teamed-up with four teenage performance-makers, to begin work on a new piece of documentary theatre. Here are some images from that first performance:

SummerWorks 2022. Photos by Jeremy Mimnagh 
SummerWorks 2022 Iteration Team: 
Creator / Directors: Erin Brubacher and Erum Khan
Creator / Performers: Hiyab Araya, Chloe Cha, Felix Chew, and Iris MacNada
Stage Manager / Production Manager: Franco Pang
Apprentice Stage/Production Manager: Saraphina Knights