Rogers Theatre at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre, filled to capacity, was bustling with activity on October 25th, 2015. Screen presentation of Zohra Zoberi’s award winning play “Questionably Ever After” was a hit success.
Bridging the Gap Productions, founder Zohra Zoberi joined hands with the Women’s Federation for World Peace to raise awareness of what unique challenges are faced by our multicultural society– special emphasis on how immigration affects marriage. Followed by Interactive dialogue and
Q &A session by Reva Stern, Brian Hull, David Stewart and Zohra.
Lilly Tadin, President of WFWP thanked the audience and encouraged them to help spread the message of harmony, love and appreciation in their marriage relationship. Lilly praised Zohra’s magnificent work. It was educational, informative and uplifting. Many important issues from petty to serious one were raised
A few talented actors present at the event: Tariq Hameed, Adeel Ahmad and Rakshi Zahur were applauded by the audience. Eveline Stewart conducted the welcome and reception with her warmth. Congratulations to both the teams for this highly engaging story on a screen presented as “Enlightenment through Entertainment”.
To top it off Bridging the Gap handed out a laminated copy of their ‘Magic Formula for Healthy Relationships”.