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No Woman’s Land is an evocative new work that explores real stories of women in refugee camps. Conceived and directed by Roshanak Jaberi and created with a powerhouse artistic team and an ensemble of seven performers, this interdisciplinary production integrates dance, theatre and multi-media – taking audiences on a journey that reveals the plight and resistance of refugee women.

The project has been developed in collaboration with Doris Rajan of the Institute for Research and Development on Inclusion and Society (IRIS), and with the consultation of Dr. Shahrzad Mojab.

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DanceWorks began as a collective of independent dance artists in 1977 and has grown to become Toronto's leading presenter of Canada's independent dance artists. Strong in the belief that dance has the power to illuminate, engage, and transform all who participate, DanceWorks offers seasons of exhilarating choreography programmed to intrigue and challenge.

Jaberi Dance Theatre is a contemporary performing arts company that serves to support the research, creation and presentation of Roshanak Jaberi’s artistic work. Incorporated as a non-profit organization, the company is committed to exploring socially and politically relevant content that highlights the stories and lived experiences of culturally diverse women; while providing a platform for intercultural collaboration and exchange.

DanceWorks DW230: Jaberi Dance Theatre - No Woman's Land

Advance: $36.75
Week Of: $40.50
Day Of: $42.25
Senior: $28.00
Student: $15.00

Group Regular: $23.50
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