From a swamp in northern Ontario to the streets of Paris, Nisha Coleman uses music, recorded dialogue, soundscapes and traditional storytelling to share a deeply personal tale involving mosquitoes, mental illness and recurring self-exile. Told in her signature comedic style, Nisha tackles serious subjects with humour and grace. Be prepared to experience the emotional gamut, from flatulence to identity crises. Self-exile takes you on a quest away from and eventually back to the self.
NISHA COLEMAN: SELF-EXILE
All in a Weekend with Sonali Karnick | December 24, 2016 | 09:41
A one-woman show about a painfully shy woman who grew up with hippie parents, and a father with mental illness called "Self-Exile" comes to Centaur Theatre. We speak with actress and author Nisha Coleman.
453 Rue Saint-François-Xavier, Montreal
Nisha Coleman transports the audience from her hippie childhood in rural swampland to street performing in Paris. Self-Exile is a humorous and compelling exploration of alienation, mental health, and self-identification.
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