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Comedy Night

Ready to laugh? Sit back and let our line-up of comedic talent tickle your funny bones all night long, with musical guest Ladies of Jazz. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Kijo Gatama, EmceeGabby Bernard, NUKEMeegan Sweet, The S.P.O.T.T.The Hysterical Ladies, The Catalogue of Sexual AnxietiesLauren Brady, OWEaDEBTSophie May Healey, The Experience: Choose-Your-Own-Adventurewith Musical Guest, Ladies of Jazz For more information about each performance and venue accessibility, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/event/comedy-night-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Mermaid Legs by Beth Graham

Sisters Billie, Ava, and Scarlet are struggling. When Billie takes off unexpectedly, leaving behind a disastrous apartment and a mysterious note, Ava and Scarlet are at a loss. There is a history. Mermaid Legs is a surreal theatre dance fantasia about the bonds of sisterhood and the stigma of mental illness. Thursday, February 29 @ 7:30pm (Preview)Friday, March 1 @ 7:30pmSaturday, March 2 @ 7:30pm (CART Captioning)Sunday, March 3 @ 1:30pm (ASL Interpretation and Post Show Panel Discussion) Tuesday, March 5 @ 7:30pm (Pay-What-You-Can)Wednesday, March 6 @ 7:30pm (Adapted Relaxed Performance)Thursday, March 7 @ 7:30pmFriday, March 8 @ 7:30pmSaturday, March 9 @ 7:30pm (CART Captioning)Sunday, March 10 @ 1:30pm SPECIAL EVENTS/DISCOUNTS Festival Passes available now  Preview on Thursday, February 29 (Adults $20, Students/Seniors $15) This performance will be recorded. ASL Interpreted Performance on March 3 at 1:30pm, followed by an Interpreted Panel Discussion from 3 – 4pm included with ticket price. Pay-What-You-Will performance on Tuesday, March 5 Book your group of 6 or more for only $18/ticket or your group of 10 or more for just $15/ticket! If you require an attendant, aide, or companion, they are still required to have a ticket. Please contact boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca or call 780-409-1910 and we’ll book a ticket for the accompanying person at no extra cost. Please click here to read more about our Accessibility Measures, Plain Language Description and Content Warnings. ARTISTIC TEAM Written by Beth GrahamAnnette Loiselle, Director & Dramaturg*Ainsley Hillyard, Movement Dramaturg & ChoreographerNarda McCarroll, Set DesignRebecca Cypher, Costume Design and Assistant Set DesignBinaifer Kapadia, Music CompositionAaron Macri, Sound DesignWhittyn Jason, Lighting DesignNancy Yuen, Stage Manager*Nyssa Beairsto, Assistant Stage Manager*Rae McCallum, Production ManagerBreanna Thomas, Technical DirectorNoori Gill, ScarletMel Bahniuk, AvaDayna Lea Hoffmann, BillieMpoe Mogale, DancerAlida Kendell, Dancer and Dance CaptainMax Hanic, Swing (Billie, Dancers) & Rehearsal Contributor to DanceTia Kushniruk, Dancer Mermaid Legs is choreographed by Ainsley Hillyard in collaboration with and contributions from the performers. *SkirtsAfire engages under the terms of the Independent Theatre Agreement, professional artists who are members of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Nehiyaw Nikamowina ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ

March 5 @ 7:30pm (ASL Interpreted)    March 6 @ 9:00pm Nehiyaw Nikamowina ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ is a Cree language concert immersing audiences in Cree song, dance, art and design. Performed by mother and daughter, Cikwes and Cheyenne Rain LeGrande, Nehiyaw Nikamowina will leave you singing in Cree, inspired to dance and eager to bring Cree language into your own life. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Kathy Hamelin, Elder Cikwes, Curator & PerformerCikwes is a nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ soul singer, songwriter and a multi-award nominee from Bigstone Cree Nation. She currently resides in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan, also known as Edmonton, Alberta. In 2023, her album, kâkîsimo ᑳᑮᓯᒧᐤ, a full length Cree language album, was nominated for the Juno Awards, the Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards, Edmonton’s Music prize and the Western Canadian Music Awards. Cikwes graduated from York University in 2022 with her Masters in Music. Her music explores her Cree language, nêhiyawêwin ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᐃᐧᐣ and nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ musical methods that include chanting cahkasinahikanak ᒐᐦᑲᓯᓇᐦᐃᑲᐣ also known as spirit markers or syllabics. Her intimate performances are accompanied with heartfelt stories and laughter. Using her breath and the Cree syllabics, she invokes a feeling of comfort similar to that of a wepisowin, a traditional baby swing. A matriarch for the revitalization of the Cree language and Nehiyaw musical methods, her nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ song writing is an emblem of hope and beauty for the continuation of nêhiyawêwin ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᐃᐧᐣ. Cheyenne Rain LeGrande, PerformerCheyenne Rain LeGrande ᑭᒥᐊᐧᐣ is a Nehiyaw Isko artist, from Bigstone Cree Nation. She currently resides in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan also known as Edmonton, Alberta. Her work often explores history, shared knowledge and traditional practices. Through the use of her body and language, she speaks to the past, present and future. Cheyenne’s work is rooted in the strength to feel, express and heal. Bringing her ancestors with her, she moves through installation, photography, fashion, video, sound, and performance art. Visit https://skirtsafire.com/nehiyaw-nikamowina-ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ for more information about the show, accessibility measures, and venue accessibility information. This event is supported by the Edmonton Heritage Council and the City of Edmonton. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Off the Page

Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Immerse yourself in all kinds of storytelling - spoken word, testimony, movement, and performance art. What starts as words on the page is brought to life, from journeys of self-discovery to journeys of outer space, join us for stories about these ordinary and extraordinary women. Be sure to check out the Key of Me at Chianti before the show! Featuring: La Vieja Astronauta by Alexandra ContrerasThe Lost Sock Rescue Society with Christine Lesiak and Louise CasemoreEndometriosis: Lost & Found by Lita PaterA Visit by Amanda SamuelsonForemothers: She is Woven Into Me by April MacDonald KillinsThis is Canada by Elsa Robinson Read more about each piece and venue accessibility at https://skirtsafire.com/event/off-the-page-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Songs in the Sanctuary

This celebration of women’s voices will feature 3 local women’s choir performances and headliner Lilith Fair Revival Band. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: ChandraTala ChoirArioseNottingham Women's Choirand headlining act Lilith Fair Revival Band Venue Accessibility: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, with a ramp and an elevator. For more information about each act, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/event/songs-in-the-sanctuary-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Speaking Vibrations

Wednesday, March 6 at 7:30pm  Thursday, March 7 at 12:00pm (Q&A to follow)  Thursday, March 7 at 7:30pm a single sign told a story…she lifts her hand. sound moves through her, and within me.she signs my sensations. my fears and dreams fall out in her rhythm.something stirs in me …what happens when I come into contact with a body in all its forms?when I see in my feet, hear in my hands and speak in vibrations? Speaking Vibrations is a uniquely immersive and style-defying performance. It is about four women who discover their own stories through finding and connecting with one another. The story is told through ASL song/poetry, percussive dance, movement, spoken word and song. This show uses creative captions, vibrotactile devices and audio description. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! For full information about the performance, vibrotactile devices, sensory warnings, audio description and accessibility information, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/speaking-vibrations/ Speaking Vibrations is an interdisciplinary performance art collective that practices in ASL song/poetry, music and dance, and creates accessible, inclusive and integrative performance experiences. We are based out of Ottawa, Ontario the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg. Website: www.speakingvibrations.com Socials: @speakinvibrations Trailer: https://vimeo.com/761327094/ee0bfa98a0 Image Description: A photo of four women standing side by side on stage with their arms reaching forward and their hands in vibrating motion. The Filipina woman on the far left has long black hair and is wearing a red costume. The white woman left of centre has long brown hair and is wearing a white costume. The Black woman right of centre has a short fro and is wearing a green costume. The Vietnamese woman on the far right with black hair tied in a high bun is wearing a dark blue costume. Photo by Andrew Alexander at Great Canadian Theatre Company (2022). By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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The Shoe Project

March 2 @ 7:30pm  March 3 @ 1:30pm & 7:30pm The Shoe Project is a national initiative that amplifies the voices of Canadian immigrant and refugee women through storytelling. Whether selected by choice or imposed by circumstance the shoes we wear can make or break a journey, shape our experiences, and open doors to our future. The Shoe Project 2024 is Edmonton’s third live iteration of this compelling project. In November, a group of immigrant and refugee women began working with veteran Canadian playwright Conni Massing to write stories of their arrival and adaptation to Canada centred around a pair of shoes they have worn. Once their stories were complete, each woman was coached by local theatre professionals and they now tell their story for audiences in a revelatory public performance. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Iryna Kalynka, UkraineFarzana Nemat, AfghanistanLydia Nabunya, UgandaYanal Alhussein, SyriaSawsan Helwa, SyriaNancy Kirugi, KenyaFreshta Rezaie, AfghanistanFatima Subaita, BangladeshVlada Savitskaia, UkraineOlha Yatsiv, UkraineAma Dogbefou, Togo Artistic Team: Amena Shehab, Project CoordinatorConni Massing, Writing MentorAlyson Connolly, Voice & Speech Coach Find out more about this show and venue accessibility information at https://skirtsafire.com/shoe-project-2024/ This event is supported by the City of Edmonton. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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emBODYment

March 8 @ 7:30pm  March 9 @ 12:00pm emBODYment is back with an array of awe-inspiring movement pieces from floor to ceiling – celebrate International Women’s Day with impactful moments in motion. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Roxy Perich, Grief (Contemporary Pole Performance)Victoria Gubiani & Paige Sayles, uncouplingSamara Von Rad, The AuditionFlying Foxes presents: Duplexity Avery Denington, Contortion DanceAmélia Boutin, DanceJanita Frantsi & Viktoria Grynenko, Lacrimosa et MutoShivamanohari Company, Dvaita-Duality “The Paradox of Opposites” Usha Kala Niketan, Layam Lassym: Fusion of Classical Bharatanatyam and FolkAerial Curated by Sandra Olarte*Featured at the March 8th performanceAzimuth Theatre’s Lobbyists, Movement, Storytelling And Found Spaces*  For more information about each piece and venue accessibility, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/embodyment/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Comedy Night

Ready to laugh? Sit back and let our line-up of comedic talent tickle your funny bones all night long, with musical guest Ladies of Jazz. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Kijo Gatama, EmceeGabby Bernard, NUKEMeegan Sweet, The S.P.O.T.T.The Hysterical Ladies, The Catalogue of Sexual AnxietiesLauren Brady, OWEaDEBTSophie May Healey, The Experience: Choose-Your-Own-Adventurewith Musical Guest, Ladies of Jazz For more information about each performance and venue accessibility, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/event/comedy-night-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Mermaid Legs by Beth Graham

Sisters Billie, Ava, and Scarlet are struggling. When Billie takes off unexpectedly, leaving behind a disastrous apartment and a mysterious note, Ava and Scarlet are at a loss. There is a history. Mermaid Legs is a surreal theatre dance fantasia about the bonds of sisterhood and the stigma of mental illness. Thursday, February 29 @ 7:30pm (Preview)Friday, March 1 @ 7:30pmSaturday, March 2 @ 7:30pm (CART Captioning)Sunday, March 3 @ 1:30pm (ASL Interpretation and Post Show Panel Discussion) Tuesday, March 5 @ 7:30pm (Pay-What-You-Can)Wednesday, March 6 @ 7:30pm (Adapted Relaxed Performance)Thursday, March 7 @ 7:30pmFriday, March 8 @ 7:30pmSaturday, March 9 @ 7:30pm (CART Captioning)Sunday, March 10 @ 1:30pm SPECIAL EVENTS/DISCOUNTS Festival Passes available now  Preview on Thursday, February 29 (Adults $20, Students/Seniors $15) This performance will be recorded. ASL Interpreted Performance on March 3 at 1:30pm, followed by an Interpreted Panel Discussion from 3 – 4pm included with ticket price. Pay-What-You-Will performance on Tuesday, March 5 Book your group of 6 or more for only $18/ticket or your group of 10 or more for just $15/ticket! If you require an attendant, aide, or companion, they are still required to have a ticket. Please contact boxoffice@fringetheatre.ca or call 780-409-1910 and we’ll book a ticket for the accompanying person at no extra cost. Please click here to read more about our Accessibility Measures, Plain Language Description and Content Warnings. ARTISTIC TEAM Written by Beth GrahamAnnette Loiselle, Director & Dramaturg*Ainsley Hillyard, Movement Dramaturg & ChoreographerNarda McCarroll, Set DesignRebecca Cypher, Costume Design and Assistant Set DesignBinaifer Kapadia, Music CompositionAaron Macri, Sound DesignWhittyn Jason, Lighting DesignNancy Yuen, Stage Manager*Nyssa Beairsto, Assistant Stage Manager*Rae McCallum, Production ManagerBreanna Thomas, Technical DirectorNoori Gill, ScarletMel Bahniuk, AvaDayna Lea Hoffmann, BillieMpoe Mogale, DancerAlida Kendell, Dancer and Dance CaptainMax Hanic, Swing (Billie, Dancers) & Rehearsal Contributor to DanceTia Kushniruk, Dancer Mermaid Legs is choreographed by Ainsley Hillyard in collaboration with and contributions from the performers. *SkirtsAfire engages under the terms of the Independent Theatre Agreement, professional artists who are members of the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Nehiyaw Nikamowina ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ

March 5 @ 7:30pm (ASL Interpreted)    March 6 @ 9:00pm Nehiyaw Nikamowina ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ is a Cree language concert immersing audiences in Cree song, dance, art and design. Performed by mother and daughter, Cikwes and Cheyenne Rain LeGrande, Nehiyaw Nikamowina will leave you singing in Cree, inspired to dance and eager to bring Cree language into your own life. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Kathy Hamelin, Elder Cikwes, Curator & PerformerCikwes is a nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ soul singer, songwriter and a multi-award nominee from Bigstone Cree Nation. She currently resides in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan, also known as Edmonton, Alberta. In 2023, her album, kâkîsimo ᑳᑮᓯᒧᐤ, a full length Cree language album, was nominated for the Juno Awards, the Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards, Edmonton’s Music prize and the Western Canadian Music Awards. Cikwes graduated from York University in 2022 with her Masters in Music. Her music explores her Cree language, nêhiyawêwin ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᐃᐧᐣ and nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ musical methods that include chanting cahkasinahikanak ᒐᐦᑲᓯᓇᐦᐃᑲᐣ also known as spirit markers or syllabics. Her intimate performances are accompanied with heartfelt stories and laughter. Using her breath and the Cree syllabics, she invokes a feeling of comfort similar to that of a wepisowin, a traditional baby swing. A matriarch for the revitalization of the Cree language and Nehiyaw musical methods, her nehiyaw ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ song writing is an emblem of hope and beauty for the continuation of nêhiyawêwin ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐁᐧᐃᐧᐣ. Cheyenne Rain LeGrande, PerformerCheyenne Rain LeGrande ᑭᒥᐊᐧᐣ is a Nehiyaw Isko artist, from Bigstone Cree Nation. She currently resides in Amiskwaciy Waskahikan also known as Edmonton, Alberta. Her work often explores history, shared knowledge and traditional practices. Through the use of her body and language, she speaks to the past, present and future. Cheyenne’s work is rooted in the strength to feel, express and heal. Bringing her ancestors with her, she moves through installation, photography, fashion, video, sound, and performance art. Visit https://skirtsafire.com/nehiyaw-nikamowina-ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐤ for more information about the show, accessibility measures, and venue accessibility information. This event is supported by the Edmonton Heritage Council and the City of Edmonton. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Off the Page

Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Immerse yourself in all kinds of storytelling - spoken word, testimony, movement, and performance art. What starts as words on the page is brought to life, from journeys of self-discovery to journeys of outer space, join us for stories about these ordinary and extraordinary women. Be sure to check out the Key of Me at Chianti before the show! Featuring: La Vieja Astronauta by Alexandra ContrerasThe Lost Sock Rescue Society with Christine Lesiak and Louise CasemoreEndometriosis: Lost & Found by Lita PaterA Visit by Amanda SamuelsonForemothers: She is Woven Into Me by April MacDonald KillinsThis is Canada by Elsa Robinson Read more about each piece and venue accessibility at https://skirtsafire.com/event/off-the-page-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Songs in the Sanctuary

This celebration of women’s voices will feature 3 local women’s choir performances and headliner Lilith Fair Revival Band. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: ChandraTala ChoirArioseNottingham Women's Choirand headlining act Lilith Fair Revival Band Venue Accessibility: The venue is fully wheelchair accessible, with a ramp and an elevator. For more information about each act, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/event/songs-in-the-sanctuary-2024/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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Speaking Vibrations

Wednesday, March 6 at 7:30pm  Thursday, March 7 at 12:00pm (Q&A to follow)  Thursday, March 7 at 7:30pm a single sign told a story…she lifts her hand. sound moves through her, and within me.she signs my sensations. my fears and dreams fall out in her rhythm.something stirs in me …what happens when I come into contact with a body in all its forms?when I see in my feet, hear in my hands and speak in vibrations? Speaking Vibrations is a uniquely immersive and style-defying performance. It is about four women who discover their own stories through finding and connecting with one another. The story is told through ASL song/poetry, percussive dance, movement, spoken word and song. This show uses creative captions, vibrotactile devices and audio description. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! For full information about the performance, vibrotactile devices, sensory warnings, audio description and accessibility information, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/speaking-vibrations/ Speaking Vibrations is an interdisciplinary performance art collective that practices in ASL song/poetry, music and dance, and creates accessible, inclusive and integrative performance experiences. We are based out of Ottawa, Ontario the unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabeg. Website: www.speakingvibrations.com Socials: @speakinvibrations Trailer: https://vimeo.com/761327094/ee0bfa98a0 Image Description: A photo of four women standing side by side on stage with their arms reaching forward and their hands in vibrating motion. The Filipina woman on the far left has long black hair and is wearing a red costume. The white woman left of centre has long brown hair and is wearing a white costume. The Black woman right of centre has a short fro and is wearing a green costume. The Vietnamese woman on the far right with black hair tied in a high bun is wearing a dark blue costume. Photo by Andrew Alexander at Great Canadian Theatre Company (2022). By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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The Shoe Project

March 2 @ 7:30pm  March 3 @ 1:30pm & 7:30pm The Shoe Project is a national initiative that amplifies the voices of Canadian immigrant and refugee women through storytelling. Whether selected by choice or imposed by circumstance the shoes we wear can make or break a journey, shape our experiences, and open doors to our future. The Shoe Project 2024 is Edmonton’s third live iteration of this compelling project. In November, a group of immigrant and refugee women began working with veteran Canadian playwright Conni Massing to write stories of their arrival and adaptation to Canada centred around a pair of shoes they have worn. Once their stories were complete, each woman was coached by local theatre professionals and they now tell their story for audiences in a revelatory public performance. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Iryna Kalynka, UkraineFarzana Nemat, AfghanistanLydia Nabunya, UgandaYanal Alhussein, SyriaSawsan Helwa, SyriaNancy Kirugi, KenyaFreshta Rezaie, AfghanistanFatima Subaita, BangladeshVlada Savitskaia, UkraineOlha Yatsiv, UkraineAma Dogbefou, Togo Artistic Team: Amena Shehab, Project CoordinatorConni Massing, Writing MentorAlyson Connolly, Voice & Speech Coach Find out more about this show and venue accessibility information at https://skirtsafire.com/shoe-project-2024/ This event is supported by the City of Edmonton. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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emBODYment

March 8 @ 7:30pm  March 9 @ 12:00pm emBODYment is back with an array of awe-inspiring movement pieces from floor to ceiling – celebrate International Women’s Day with impactful moments in motion. Festival passes available now. Get 3 shows, 5 shows or an All Access Pass! Featuring: Roxy Perich, Grief (Contemporary Pole Performance)Victoria Gubiani & Paige Sayles, uncouplingSamara Von Rad, The AuditionFlying Foxes presents: Duplexity Avery Denington, Contortion DanceAmélia Boutin, DanceJanita Frantsi & Viktoria Grynenko, Lacrimosa et MutoShivamanohari Company, Dvaita-Duality “The Paradox of Opposites” Usha Kala Niketan, Layam Lassym: Fusion of Classical Bharatanatyam and FolkAerial Curated by Sandra Olarte*Featured at the March 8th performanceAzimuth Theatre’s Lobbyists, Movement, Storytelling And Found Spaces*  For more information about each piece and venue accessibility, please go to https://skirtsafire.com/embodyment/ By purchasing a ticket to this event, you are giving consent to be contacted by SkirtsAfire. If you have questions or wish to withdraw your consent, please contact info@skirtsafire.com.

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