|INTERPRÉTÉ PAR :||...Laurence Dauphinais, Alison Darcy et Nora Guerch|
|DATE :||...vendredi le 25 novembre 2016|
|LIEU :||...Studio PWM, 5337 boulevard Saint-Laurent, #240|
|RSVP :||...514-843-3685 ou firstname.lastname@example.org|
............Événement gratuit, tous sont les bienvenus!
SYNOPSIS en anglais:
Mia is putting the final touches on her doc investigating female self-immolation called Strange Fire. When Farida, a young Canadian Muslim woman, attempts this same act in Belleville, Ontario, Mia is both horrified and intrigued. Farida bares a stunning resemblance to Jeanne, Mia’s old girlfriend, and triggers Mia’s memories as past and present intertwine. Mia attempts to grapple with her unresolved feelings for Jeanne all the while helping Farida on her journey towards personal freedom.
BIOGRAPHIE en anglais:
Louise Arsenault is an award-winning Montreal playwright and teacher of English literature at Dawson College. She has an MA in Creative Writing from Concordia and is a graduate of The National Theatre School’s Playwriting Program. Her productions include Bivouac (Imago Theatre), Inner speak (Queen Street Theatre) and Dating Jesus (Unwashed Grape). Her play Burning Tongues received a public reading at Infinithéâtre's Write-on-Q in 2015.