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Last Updated: August 1, 2016 by Crystal
Articles in this issue include: Jill Carter in conversation with Spiderwoman Theatre’s founding Elders, Sonja Linden on her journey as a co-authour of Welcome to Ramallah, Clarrisa Hurley reviews Onelight Theatre’s Prismatic conference in Halifax.
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Category: Issues Tags: Abby Lippman, Ahmed Ghazali, Barry Freeman, Book Review, Caryl Churchill, Clarissa Hurley, Edward Little, Geopolitics, Helen Gilber, Jacqueline Lo, Jakub Stachurski, Jill Carter, Jisha Menon, Louis Patrick Leroux, My Name is Rachel Corrie, Native Performance Culture, NpC, Onelight Theatre, Palestinians, Popular Entertainment, Seuls, Seven Jewish Children: A Play for Gaza, Sonja Linden, Spiderwoman Theatre, Teesri Duniya, The Sheep and the Whale, Theatre Passe Muraille, Urban Centres, Visible Minority, Wajdi Mouawad, Welcome to Ramallah
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