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Description

A crisis isn’t a crisis when it is Elsewhere…

Elsewhere, written by a young Venezuelan-Canadian woman, is the story of six people’s lives — their hope, resilience, resistance and survival — amidst the chaos and absurdity of the Venezuelan crisis.

A Grandmother reflects on her past, a Beauty Queen wonders how to feed her children, a Cop questions the violence around him, a Homeless Man begs God for food, a Teenager risks his life to join the fight for freedom, and a Venezuelan-Canadian woman looks on from afar, struggling with what is happening in a country she calls home.

All seek a way to move forward, grasping at remnants of a life they once knew; a life irrevocably changed by scarcity, greed and corruption. The play points at the fragility of systems we put our trust in, while asking us to consider why a crisis is never a crisis when it is Elsewhere.

An Odd Stumble production in association with Imago Theatre. Script developed in collaboration with Playwrights Workshop Montreal

Team

Co-created, Written and Performed by: Joy Ross-Jones
Co-created and Directed by: Cristina Cugliandro
Set and Costume Design: Liv Wright
Lighting Design: Amber Hood
Sound Design: Zachary Smith, Joel Gorrie, and René Orea
Technical Director: Danna-Rae Evasiuk

This project was supported by The Cole Foundation, The Canada Council for the Arts, and Playwrights Workshop Montreal.

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Photo credits: Nasuna Stuart-Ulin