Cycle of A Sari workshop production

Cycle of a Sari

"She"s stuck I"m not Stuck I"m waiting."

Enter into the realm of Ancestors.

Women who love women

Partitioned from Land and Love

A cosmic combination of storytelling, dance, aerial silks, song, myth, sound, and shadow play.

Partitioned from land and love in Sindh, Rani travelled to present day India, and eventually to Turtle Island North America, also Partitioned Indigenous land. After her passing, Ranis ashes are taken from her granddaughter, Asha, who calls Rani into her dreams for answers on how to move forward after this interrupted ritual. In the cosmos with grandmothers from other places and times, Rani roots into ancestral wisdom and her life during the Partition and Independence of South Asia all the while longing for her love, Farah.

When: 7pm, September 5, 6 & 7 , 2014

Where: Annex Theatre, 730 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON

Tickets: $20/PWYC



Written & Performed by nisha ahuja

Director/Dramaturge: Yvette Nolan

Choreography & Performed by Kumari Giles

Set, Costume & Sound Design: Melissa Moore

Lighting Design: Michelle Ramsay

Production Manager: Shawn Henry

Stage Manager: cassy walker

Cycle of a Sari, was initiated through participation with Judith Rudakoff's Common Plants project 2008, received a public reading at the Canadian Stage Festival of New Ideas and Creation2009, and development support through Diaspora Dialogues 2009 dramaturge Marjorie Chan, on-going dramaturgical support from Nina Lee Aquino 2011-2013, and a workshop reading at Patio Taller in Puerto Rico,

We Acknowledge the Support of Canada Council for the Arts & Toronto Arts Council in this phase of development.

Cycle of A Sari workshop production

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