The Program in Health, Arts and Humanities and the student humanities blog  Artbeat are pleased to announce an exciting  evening at the Taragon Theatre in Toronto.

You’ll have the chance to hear a  discussion between the  author  of SEQUENCE, Calgary ophthamologist  Dr. Arun Lakra and  its director Andrea Donaldson prior to the performance that night.

One student ticket will be provided  free of charge for every ten purchased for this event.

You also have the option to sponsor an additional student ticket-see the order link below for details.

See you there!

Allan Peterkin MD (

and Josiah Osagie , medical student and Arts and Letters club  rep,




by Arun Lakra

directed by Andrea Donaldson


You are invited to attend Sequence on Friday, January 13, 2017 at 8 pm.

Come and meet the Director and Playwright at a pre performance event at 6:30 pm

at Tarragon Theatre, 30 Bridgman Ave., Toronto

Do you believe in luck? A man successfully bets double or nothing on the Super Bowl coin toss for twenty years in a row. A professor races the clock on a ground-breaking discovery to cure the disease that is causing her own progressive blindness. Two fascinating stories intertwine like DNA, examining the interplay between science, faith, probability and luck.

“Sequence is a smart, funny, fast-paced play on the nature of luck and love that will leave both your head and your heart spinning.” – Vern Thiessen, Governor General’s Literary Award-winning Author

To book your ticket online:
a. Click here or visit and select the Sequence performance on Friday, January 13 at 8pm.
b. Enter the number of tickets you wish to purchase and select the ‘Adult’ ticket type
c. Add tickets to shopping cart
d. Enter coupon code LAKRA20 at the bottom of the next screen in the ‘Coupon Code’ box
e. Add coupon and ticket price will be converted to $49
***f. Add a student ticket to your order to give away to someone deserving for $24.50 (in the notes please specify that this is for a student)

For any assistance please call Patron Services at 416-531-1827.