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groundswell

a considerable swell of the sea, often caused by a distant storm or earthquake or by the passage of waves into shallow water
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The connections between the three companies continue: Urban Curvz's Jacqueline Russell has performed at FemFest with her play Raunch; (1) she and Sabourin met Nightwood's producer Denyse Karn at a Magentic North event and sought advice from her; and both Nightwood and Urban Curvz have produced Jennifer Tremblay's Governor-General's Award-winning play The List (2) The most direct connection between FemFest and Groundswell in 2012-2013 was Judith Thompson: she read an excerpt from her new play Who Killed Snow White?
I will show that each festival is taking a different approach to the goal of celebrating women's voices: that FemFest nurtures the playwright, Groundswell emphasizes the play, and Urban Curvz encourages emerging female artists to self-produce.
So coming from the Write from the Hip program, Between the Sheets was directed by Thornton for Groundswell with, as it turned out, the same cast that would appear in the actual production.
The 2013 version of The New Groundswell was an evolution of the new template.
Last month, Groundswell organized a rally outside the office of Village Voice Media flagship publication The Village Voice in New York City to deliver the petition signatures.