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Sophia's Resurrection Festivals :: music also Art :: Dance
Sophia's Resurrection
7:30 PM
Maison de la culture Ahuntsic
Sophia’s Resurrection is a compelling and powerful story about a woman’s life cycle expressed through dance, with the talented Amrita Choudhury, choreographer and performer, Mary St-Amand Williamson, choreographer and performer, and Norman Acheepineskum, singer and drum carrier.

Sophia’s journey begins in India, born as the unwanted “girl child” in a conservative Hindu family. Of mixed descent, her physical appearance was always an obstacle in getting ahead in life. Escaping arranged marriage, and a life of uncertainty, Sophia was packed up and sent to Canada. Sophia faced racism, violence and abuse which made her fiercely fight for her identity and her place in this world.

Sophia's Resurrection traces back the journey of an immigrant woman that faces great adversity, and through her life cycle: death, resurrection and transformation, she finds her place. Sophia, meaning “wisdom” in Greek, is about the inner wisdom and strength of the human spirit. Her story follows the trajectories that characterises the lives of many people.

Through multiple dance pieces highlighting the different stages of Sophia's life, Amrita infuses various styles of dance, music, and spoken word, to offer a passionate, heart felt performance of Sophia's resurrection.

Free pass available Tuesday, May 1st from 6pm at the maison de la culture Ahuntsic or online (2$ fee): bit.ly/2Fo8EVM
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: Maison de la culture Ahuntsic
Address: 10 300 rue lajeunesse Montreal, Quebec H3L 2E5
Phone: N/A

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