Anatolia Speaks
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Anatolia Speaks

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The King's University

9125 50 Street Northwest

Edmonton, AB T6B 2H3

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As part of our Interdisciplinary Studies Conference, The King's University will host a performance of the Edmonton Fringe Theatre Festival's hit play “Anatolia Speaks,” written and directed by Kenneth Brown and starring Candice Fiorentino. The play is about a new Canadian woman who struggles to come to terms with her dark past in Bosnia. The performance will be followed by a conversation with the writer/director and actor. Tickets are free for students but you must have a ticket for admissions. Tickets are $10 for members of the public if purchased in advance ($15 at the door). If sold out on Eventbrite, tickets are also available through The King's University Bookstore.

Current students of The King's University can access free tickets to this performance by visiting the campus Bookstore and presenting their student ID card.





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