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March 3, 2012

Sarasvati: International Women's Week Monologues

Sarasvati Productions Presents
International Women's Week Cabaret of Monologues
March 9 to March 10 at 8 pm

Colin Jackson Studio Theatre at Prairie Theatre Exchange, 3rd Floor Portage Place
Tickets $10
Reserve by calling 586-2236 or buy online at Sarasvati Productions

Sarasvàti Productions will once again produce an evening of monologues. 
This year the mix of old and new pieces will celebrate the women of Winnipeg. 
The evening will once again include a diverse line-up of monologues reflecting 
the wide array of women’s voices. 

From hilarious stories to inspiring journeys, these pieces offer something for everyone.

Immigrant Experience by Hope McIntyre
Performed by Elena Anciro

Mrs. Colin Inkster (Invisible Women) by Hope McIntyre 
Performed by Alissa Watson

The F Word by Cairn Moore
Performed by Jane Burpee

Morning Shift by Ginny Collins
Performed by Nan Fewchuk

War Bride by Jessy Ardern
Performed by Ashley Moore

Cry After Midnight by Talia Pura
Performed by Lauren Sellen

Black Little Neechee by Hope McIntyre
Performed by Heather McKenzie

Special guests will also be part of the evening!! 
Standup Comic Cara Lytwyn will do a short set all about Winnipeg. Lytwyn was the 2008 winner of Winnipeg’s Funniest Person with a Day Job and the 2009 winner of Winnipeg’s Funniest Comic competition. She has performed in the Winnipeg Comedy Festival and the Winnipeg Fringe Festival’s Tazzy’s Angels. 

Amnesty International materials and actions will be available at the event to support human rights for women.

Sarasvàti Productions launched this popular event in 2004 in order to celebrate International Women’s Week. The goal is to provide a broad range of voices, issues and styles that relate to women’s experiences. 

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