Sometimes you see something that absolutely moves you to the core.
My sister volunteers with refugees from the New Canadians Centre. She brought a family of doctors to see the show… the family was raving about the show and they went and had coffee and talked about it for hours. It was the son’s (in his early 20s) first time being in a theatre and they are so eager to see more. Magnificent work!”
Probably the most powerful piece of art I have ever seen.”
I was anxious to let you know how brilliant last night’s performance was. We can’t stop talking about it! I’m sad that the performances are over! This kind of cultural pedagogy deserves more time and space in Toronto.”
One of the students was extremely inspired…I saw, for the first time, a real awakening.”
Deeply, deeply moved by No Woman’s Land. Still thinking about the incredible show that Roshanak Jaberi choreographed and conceptualized. Absolutely flawless performance by incredible dancers. This show is so necessary. We must continue to tell the story of refugee women to ensure their voices are heard and never forgotten. I truly hope there’s a way to continue showing this crucial work of art. Thank you, thank you, thank you. It was a true honour, Roshanak! I truly hope there is a way that it can be presented again – I know many people who couldn’t get tickets and know many who would benefit from seeing it!”
I Thought the performance last night was amazing. Not only was it captivating to watch, it was also timely and brought forward current events in an honest light. No Woman’s Land was impactful. Today, I saw an email, and I viewed it in a different light. I hope this piece brings out much success, it was some of the best theatre I have seen in a long time.”
Working on this show changed the way I treat the women in my life.