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Women’s Auto/Biographical Theatre: Affirmation, Preservation and Intercultural Communication

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  • The article considers the women's autobiographical theatre as a medium in bridging cultural divides. Canadian auto/biographical works of Marie Clements and Lesley Ewen serve as epitomes intended to assert and perpetuate the truths of women of colour in Canada. Their works, while bringing a positive impact on gender and intercultural relations, demonstrate ways to live, perform and appreciate women's lives.

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    © 2009 Couture, S. This version of this article is open access and can be downloaded and shared. The original author(s) and source must be cited.
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    Couture, S. (2009). Women’s auto/biographical theatre: Affirmation, preservation and intercultural communication. Canadian Theatre Review, 139, 36-42.