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Seeing Red - Students National Art Festival Production

In a village called Boswa, a woman is stoned to death for protesting against the unfair social restrictions that are placed on menstruating woman. Her daughter embarks on a journey to seek justice for her mother’s brutal murder. Her journey is a spiritual one that causes her to realise that there is power in the blood that a woman sheds every month, not shame.

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In a village called Boswa, a woman is stoned to death for protesting against the unfair social restrictions that are placed on menstruating woman. Her daughter embarks on a journey to seek justice for her mother’s brutal murder. Her journey is a spiritual one that causes her to realise that there is power in the blood that a woman sheds every month, not shame.

RISING FROM ASHES: RU ENDS AFRICA MONTH WITH A STORY OF HOPE AND HUMANITY

Earlier in the month, the department’s head, Dr Heike Gehring made an open invitation about collaboration during their open house showcasing, and through Totto’s performance-process workshop, an array of faculties as well as community based organisations came together to shape the narrative being presented.

First Meetings 2018

First Meetings 2018

Seeing Red

Seeing Red

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