group scenes: She doesn't know English, according to CBC. In her former country, she wore a uniform to school, and now she doesn't know what to wear. She's new to Canada. This is one of the stories of Hamilton's immigrant women in the new play We Are Not the Others one of 50 plays coming to the Hamilton Fringe Festival in July. The play intersperses monologues with group scenes, telling emotional and memorable stories of their experiences in Canada. In We Are Not the Others, playwright Izad Etemadi teams up with Mirna Carranza, a McMaster University professor of social work who conducted dozens of interviews with immigrant women. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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