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(31 Ratings)
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Intense, Absorbing, Thought-provoking, Great acting, Great staging

About the Show

Soulpepper Theatre Company presents Pamela Mala Sinha's solo show about loss and trauma.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (31)

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302 Reviews | 87 Followers
Great acting, Great staging, Great writing, Must see, Riveting

See it if you are interested in Hindu/Canadian perspective on faith, father/daughter and other familial relationships and rape and performance poetry

Don't see it if you are disturbed by depiction/discussion of rape, bored by reflection on religious faith, cannot sit 90 min. w/o interval for 1 woman show

754 Reviews | 127 Followers
Absorbing, Great acting, Edgy, Intense, Profound

See it if familial relationships are meaningful to you.Brilliant performance describing the exotic & familiar of an Indian family's response to rape.

Don't see it if you would be uncomfortable watching a one person show exploring the aftermath of a violent rape.

179 Reviews | 29 Followers
Great acting, Great writing, Great staging, Great set & lighting, Great sound & video

See it if Described by the writer/performer as a “fractured unraveling of memory” you are witness to the inner thoughts of a Canadian Hindu girl who

Don't see it if you do not want to deal with serious subjects. Read more

563 Reviews | 193 Followers
Intense, Intelligent, Great acting, Thought-provoking, Resonant

See it if You like fragmented storytelling. You enjoy movement-based staging. You want riveting storytelling. You want great acting.

Don't see it if You don't want or can't hear stories about sexual violence. You dislike one-performer shows. You don't like intense, dark themes.

105 Reviews | 26 Followers
Absorbing, Funny, Intense, Thought-provoking, Resonant

See it if you or your loved ones have been touched by trauma, its one persons journey into understanding this journey and a step toward healing.

Don't see it if its too close to the bone. Perhaps too raw for some who has recently experienced a trauma, loss or abuse.

124 Reviews | 28 Followers
Great acting, Absorbing, Great staging, Haunting, Intense

See it if you enjoy psychological dramas. This one is very well done. Great acting, directing and tech.

Don't see it if You're disturbed by psychological dramas. This show is intense.

276 Reviews | 121 Followers
Great staging, Profound, Thought-provoking

See it if If you want to see a moving show about a tramatic event and how it effected her life and entire family. What a journey you go on!

Don't see it if If you don't like one woman shows, or don't want to see the ripple effects of a tramatic effect on n a family unit.

67 Reviews | 33 Followers
Absorbing, Edgy, Intense

See it if You want to see a powerful and compelling one woman show about a traumatic event and what happens in the aftermath.

Don't see it if You don’t like disjointed productions, loud unexpected noises or shows about violence against women. Read more

Critic Reviews (1)

The Globe and Mail
September 26th, 2013
For a previous production

“Sinha has written a truly harrowing piece of theatre, a play all the more remarkable for being her first…Though presented in a chopped-up chronology, there’s nothing fuzzy about Sinha’s narrative, and everything rings true in its heartbreaking uniqueness. It all feels deeply personal...Director Alan Dilworth provides a stylish but sensitive staging for a story of violence against women. He keeps the tension high throughout…The whole package impresses thoroughly.”
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