Canadian Actress Explores Her Estonian Heritage on an Estonian Tour ({{commentsTotal}})

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A Canadian actress of Estonian origin, Julia Desotto, will give four performances in Estonia this month, presenting her one-woman show about three significant female figures in her life: her Estonian mother, Italian grandmother and Scottish mother-in-law.

The English-language production, "I Remember Mama," made its debut at the Tarragon Theatre in 2011 and played the Wychwood Barns Theatre in 2012 and Tartu College in Toronto in 2013.

It will open in Estonia at the Kuusalu Community House on June 17, the Estonian Writers’ Union in Tallinn on June 18, the Estonian Literary Museum in Tartu on June 19 and at the Viinistu Centre on opening night of the Baltic Heritage Network on June 27.

Watch the promo clip here.



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