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  Isôko Theatre Rwanda seeks Touring Summer 2012
« on: October 28, 2011, 01:01:19 PM » by Isôko Theatre Rwanda
greetings,
after our successful tour to the world stage toronto, Isôko are planning to tour, and kadmus is a great place to get the word out to presenters and festivals. we were recently nominated for the international freedom to create prize, www.freedomtocreate.com/isoko-theatre-rwanda.  please contact me at isokotheatre@gmail.com.

J e n n i f e r  H  C a p r a r u
Artistic Director > Theatre Asylum Canada
ISÔKO | The Theatre Source Rwanda
www.isoko-rwanda.org
www.theatreasylum.com
www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6YoNN6RyKU

video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6YoNN6RyKU
video: www.cbc.ca/news/arts/story/2011/04/25/rwandan-theatre.html
video: www.harbourfrontcentre.com/blog/?p=3098

http://kadmusarts.com/podcasts/?p=1499
www.freedomtocreate.com/isoko-theatre-rwanda
www.theglobeandmail.com/news/arts/theatre/the-monument-a-stark-reminder-of-rwandas-tragedy/article2002612/
www.harbourfrontcentre.com/worldstage1011/themonument.cfm
www.rnw.nl/africa/article/theatre-play-may-help-erase-rwandan-trauma
www.thesceneinto.com/2011/05/theatre-review-the-monument/
www.theatromania.ca/2011/04/the-monument.html
www.classical963fm.com/arts/reviews/item/The-Monument+
http://www.tikkun.org/tikkundaily/2011/09/14/the-art-of-revolution-spoken-word-video-and-performance-art-to-change-the-world-jen-caparu-and-isoko-rwanda/#more-25169


" ****A stark reminder of Rwanda’s tragedy… It’s an act of resurrection and reclamation… stark staging,
the acting is spare and intense…heart-rending. "  GLOBE AND MAIL, 2011

“NNNN You’re sure to be riveted by the last half hour of the performance
and as affected as the performers clearly are." NOW MAGAZINE 2011

“**** Extremely worthwhile theatre experience…will change the way you view Rwanda. Umuhire and Nirere
perform beautifully as the mournful ghosts of Stetko’s victims. They sing gorgeous, raw acapella songs and set
the mood with powerful African drumming.” THEATREMANIA 2011

“Capraru masterfully directs this piece, beautiful, powerful and brave. Umubyeyi played Mejra with such
grounded intensity it was hard to take your eyes from her…Uwayezu’s portrait is chilling.” THE SCENE 2011

"The Monument, based on genocidal acts in Bosnia but set in an unidentified country, has successfully toured cities and towns across the country. Capraru is hoping it will be the first of many in a burgeoning theatre scene." GLOBE AND MAIL 2009

" A play about innocence, evil, responsibility and forgiveness…Shines a light on the role of women during and after war"  STAR 2008

http://www.thestar.com/article/468302
http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/arts/article703554.ece
http://themonumentinrwanda.blogspot.com/
http://allafrica.com/stories/200807140738.html
http://allafrica.com/stories/200904290189.html
http://www.theatrewithoutborders.com/node/1087
http://in2eastafrica.net/shanel-for-2011-world-stage-festival/







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