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The Ghomeshi Effect is a documentary dance-theatre performance that tackles sexual violence in Canada, particularly how it is handled in the legal system, through an edited series of documented interviews, and uses dance to inform and interrogate the language used in the discussion of sexual violence.

Originally produced in Ottawa in 2017 (Ottawa International Women's Day 2017 'Femmy Award for Media'), the production is currently on a multi-city tour across Ontario and Alberta.

Presented by Central Alberta Sexual Assault Support Centre (CASASC), the performance on Friday, November 9, 2018 begins at 7:30pm, followed by a talkback with the artists and members of the community.

Director/Writer: Jessica Ruano
Choreographer: Amelia Griffin

Lighting Designer: BenoƮt Brunet-Poirier
Sound Designer: Martin Dawagne

Cast: Nayeli Abrego, Leah Archambault, Elizabeth Emond-Stevenson, Joy Mwandemange, Emmanuel Simon, and Michael Swatton

The Ghomeshi Effect would also like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario, and Alberta Status of Women.

Student Free with Student ID
$5.00 at the door