TORONTO, Ontario — (CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Ins Choi is a Wycliffe College alumni, an actor and a playwright, who has been called “Canadian Theatre’s breakout star.” His award-winning play, “Kim’s Convenience” has been adapted for television and is currently airing Tuesdays at 9pm on CBC.
Ins graduated from Wycliffe College in 2002 with a Masters in Theological Studies. In the upcoming issue of Wycliffe’s Insight magazine, which will be available online on the College’s website, Ins discusses how his time studying theology helped him in his career as writer, and what it’s like being a Christian in the arts environment today.
On Saturday, November 26, from 7:00-9:00 pm, Wycliffe is pleased to host, “A Night with Ins Choi,” an event that is open to the general public. Ins will perform his celebrated one-man spoken-word play, “Subway Stations at the Cross,” which will be followed by conversation on faith and art with Dr. Brian Walsh, Wycliffe professor of culture and theology.
Tickets are for sale online at www.wycliffecollege.ca/inschoi ($18 general admission, $13 students).
About Wycliffe College:
Wycliffe College is a graduate theological school affiliated with the University of Toronto and Toronto School of Theology. We have approximately 300 students and offer a wide range of programs including Master of Divinity, Master of Theological Studies, and Doctor of Philosophy in Theological Studies.
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