World premiere at the monument national



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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Linda Levesque or

Stephanie Lambert.

Tel.: (514) 848-0238 or info@teesriduniya.com




TRUTH AND TREASON: POWERFUL - PROVOCATIVE - PERSONAL

WORLD PREMIERE AT THE MONUMENT NATIONAL
Teesri Duniya Theatre launches the world premiere play Truth and Treason written by Rahul Varma and directed by Arianna Bardesono. It is a fearlessly told contemporary story exploring the war on terror as well as terror itself. It brings war to a personal level and explores the themes of fundamentalism, consciousness and love.
Director Arianna Bardesono says:

Riding the refreshing ‘wind of change’ brought by Obama’s presidency and acknowledging the enlightened mood that has spread among other world leaders; being aware of the growing threat of nuclear weapons and space militarization, and of the many difficulties that our planet is presently facing; caring for the future of our race and for the present safety of our dears: Truth and Treason is a play not to miss.

Truth and Treason features a stellar, multicultural cast: Christine Aubin Khalifah, Karim Babin, Abdelghafour Elaaziz, David Francis, Sarah Garton Stanley, Alex Ivanovici, Jean-Moïse Martin, Warona Setshwaelo, and Ivan Smith; and a very talented team of artists: Romain Fabre (Set Design), Ève-line Leduc (Costume Design), Natasha Rosdol (Hair and Make-Up Design), Jesse Ash (Sound Design), Kirsten Watt (Lighting Design). Kathryn Cleveland (Stage Manager), Dave Surette (Technical Director and Production Manager)


DATE: Preview on September 8th. Opening on September 9th and runs until September 19, 2009

PLACE: Monument National, Montreal. 1182 blvd Saint-Laurent, Montreal (Qc)
PRICE: Adult-$22; Senior-$18; Student-$15; Group (10 or more) -12$;

special offer: 2 for 1 on Sept. 10th.

Box office: 514-871-2224 or order online at www.monument-national.qc.ca
MORE: Panel discussions and forums will also follow some performances.

Bridges of Hope vernissage on Friday, September 11th, 7PM, Café of the Monument

National.

The artists for social change are: Phil Carpenter, Darren Ell and Jaswant Guzder

Writing Peace’ contest open to High School students, visit our web site for info.


Video interviews, blog and more information at www.teesriduniya.com
Teesri Duniya Theatre

1006 rue de la Montagne, Suite 111, Montreal, Qc H3G 1Y7



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