November 13, 2019 - November 16, 2019
Hosted by Edmonton Fringe Theatre
10330 84 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada
In her new play Three Ladies, Edmonton-based dramatist and poet Lady Vanessa Cardona uses monologue, ceremony, poetry, hip-hop and traditional Colombian dance to tell the story of how her life’s most traumatic events — sexual violence and civil war — impacted her sense of identity. More than simply a story of struggle, Three Ladies uses diverse modes of story-telling in combination with unflinching, gritty, vulnerable performance to explore–and ultimately celebrate–her healing journey, and the possibilities of healing that exist in all human beings. Three Ladies is a play in which every word, poem, gesture and intention suggests that it is possible to re-claim the power of one’s personal narrative even in the face of complex legacies of trauma and violence.
Relaxed performance. Wheelchair accessible venue. Wheelchair accessible washrooms. Wheelchair accessible seating. Gender neutral washrooms. Assistive listening devices available. Level entrance/no gap. Automatic door. Disabled Adult Transit Service (DATS) drop off. Wheelchair accessible transit nearby. More accessibility information is available on the Edmonton Fringe Theatre website.