Three Voices From The Rescue Monologue Trio

Author Andrew Kooman
London, Ontario, Canada


Three monologues taken from real-life accounts of human trafficking survivors in India. They explore the individual suffering and eventual empowerment experienced by these resilient young women.

Time: Present                                 

Subject Matter: Human Trafficking, Grief, Empowering Women, Triumph, Survivor Story, Human Rights, Feminism, Sexual Violence, Hope

Note from Playwright: These monologues were first presented for the Missions of Mercy annual fundraiser in Edmonton, Alberta in 2014 and are drawn from real-life accounts of human trafficking survivors in India. The monologues are designed to help theatre groups and other organizations to raise awareness about the realities of human trafficking in the world.

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