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Special Musical Performance: Noreta Lewis-Prince

March 11, 2023 @ 9:20 pm - 10:00 pm

      March 11 @ 9:20pm following The Shoe Project 

Admission included with The Shoe Project, or $10 at the door subject to availability. Get your tickets to The Shoe Project here.

Due to limited capacity, we highly recommend securing your seat to The Shoe Project in advance!

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Noreta Lewis-Prince was born in Jamaica where she taught youths music, drama, dance, and poetry. She now resides in Alberta and is passionate about making people happy through the arts. She works with Engagement Lab-Theatre of Alberta, Third Space Playback Theatre Company, Inspiration Drama Company and B.E.A.R. Artspace. She also teaches Music Therapy and works with a Youth group in Northside Edmonton.

Noreta is a singer and a music teacher by profession and taught in the public school in Jamaica for 8 years before migrating to Canada. She continues to sing and teaches music online.

In 2019 Noreta lost her nephew/adopted son Chiyano when gunmen killed him for crossing a bridge. Noreta vows to make sure he will not be forgotten as long as she lives and to tell of the beautiful soul he was. In 2021 Noreta had the privilege of sharing her story with The Shoe Project and SkirtsAfire.

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March 11, 2023
9:20 pm - 10:00 pm
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Gateway Theatre
8529 Gateway Blvd NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6E 6P3 Canada
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