Mary escapes the Great Irish Famine in 1847, Sofia flees war-torn Germany in 1947 and Dara bolts from Afghani Taliban rule in 2007. Canada is their new home, but relocation carries with it the struggles and pains of adapting to unfamiliar customs.
DISPLACED created by Natasha Martina in collaboration with Sue Mythen premiered at the St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival from June 12-20 at Studio Jean-Valcourt du Conservatoire and at the PostashCorp Saskatoon Fringe Festival between August 1 -8, 2015
“Displaced” received two nominations at the St. Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival for “Best English Production” and “Best English Text” and 5 Stars in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix.
history of development
Stage Five Participants: Jillian Borrowman, Kelly McTaggart and Emma Thorpe. Filming and Photography by: S.E. Grummett.
Stage Four Participants: Ntara Curry, Jenna Lee Hyde, Kate Herriot and Gordon Portman (Dramaturge). A big thank you to the Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre.
Stage Three Participants: Jenna Lee Hyde, Janessa Johnsrude and Emma Thorpe. A big thank you to the Interdisciplinary Centre for Culture and Creativity
Stage Two Participants: Anna Seibel, Natasha Martina and Sue Mythen.
Stage One Participants: Natasha Martina and Sue Mythen.