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Director's note

In creating this production, we sought to honour the courage and strength of the women who continue to fight for their rights and dignity. This show will bring greater awareness and understanding to their issues and inspire us to stand up for what is right.

I want to honour the courage of all women who have fought tirelessly for their fundamental rights. Despite facing tremendous obstacles, including discrimination and oppression, they continue to stand up and fight for their beliefs. These women are true warriors, and their resilience and strength serve as an inspiration to all of us. They have made tremendous strides in recent years, and their efforts have helped pave the way for a more just and equal society. We owe a debt of gratitude to these brave women and must continue to support them in their ongoing struggle for equality and justice.

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About the show

This dance theatre is a courageous survival story of a Yazidi woman who escapes her condition & comes to Canada as a refugee. Treat yourself to a powerful storytelling via dance, music & light. 

Age: 15 +


This project is funded & supported by:

- Canada Council for the Arts

- British Columbia Arts Council

- City of Vancouver

- Vancouver Civic Theatres

- MONEX1 Currency Exchange


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