Category Archives: ahdri zhina mandiela

Steal Away Home

Steal Away Home is a beautifully poetic story centering on Sista, a young girl attempting to come to terms with the traditions of her ancestors and her struggle to break the cycle of misogyny, abuse and abandonment at the hands … Continue reading

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a communal aria for all who knew grannie

andrea scott, joseph pierre, ordena, marcel stewart, miranda edwards Despite what popular culture may have you believe, I did not find it to be such a huge cultural adjustment when I moved to Toronto from little Halifax, Nova Scotia with … Continue reading

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El Numero Uno Isn’t #1

l-r: sabryn rock, john blackwood, jamie robinson, lisa codrington, jajube mandiela el numero uno by pam mordecai, directed by ahdri zhina mandelia on the mainstage beginning Jan. 31, 2010. photo: iden ford photography El Numero Uno, the world premiere of … Continue reading

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