In 1942, over 24,000 Japanese Canadians were removed from their homes. Over 8,000 of them were taken to the barns at Hastings Park, with women and children housed in animal stalls. A recreated stall becomes a powerfully immersive space where their stories are brought to life. The first stop on a national tour, Japanese Problem invites Toronto audiences to experience the past, and hear it being echoed today.
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Photo: Manto Nakamura