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DIRECTOR COLE ALVIS AND ACTOR WAAWAATE FOBISTER CARVE SPACE FOR INDIGENOUS, BLACK, AND 2-SPRITS IN CANADIAN THEATRE CLASSIC: LILIES: OR THE REVIVAL OF A ROMANTIC DRAMA

DIRECTOR COLE ALVIS AND ACTOR WAAWAATE FOBISTER CARVE SPACE FOR INDIGENOUS, BLACK, AND 2-SPRITS IN CANADIAN THEATRE CLASSIC: LILIES: OR THE REVIVAL OF A ROMANTIC DRAMA

Walter Borden (Métis) in Lilies: or The Revival of a Romantic Drama | Image source: Lemon Tree Creations Lilies: or The Revival of a Romantic Drama is an exploration of two-spiritedness and queerness while highlighting the disproportionate rate of incarcerated Indigenous and Black folks. The play is a C...
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RENAE MORRISEAU ON WEAVING RECONCILIATION: OUR WAY

RENAE MORRISEAU ON WEAVING RECONCILIATION: OUR WAY

Scene from Weaving Reconciliation:Our Way| Image source: David Cooper Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way, which speaks on residential school survivors, intergenerational trauma and resilience, will make it’s Tkaronto debut at The Artscape Sandbox on June 6, 2018. Weaving Reconciliation centres on the Old O...
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Salmon Girl Review

Salmon Girl Review

Pictured: Evelyn Chew in a scene from Salmon Girl | Photo by Chris Randle Young Margie (played by Donna Soares) has a disregard for the river she fishes in, as evidenced by how she tosses her garbage into the water after lunch. Yet, in her wisdom, Grandmother River decides Margie is the one who will ...
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Of Hauntings and Healing: Ipperwash Review

Of Hauntings and Healing: Ipperwash Review

Samantha Brown as Kwe, PJ Prudat as Bea King. Photo by Kaytee Dalton. Bea is an Anishinaabe veteran who returns to Canada traumatized from her tour in Afghanistan. When she leaves her home community of New Credit to work for the Department of National Defence at Kettle and Stony Point she sees it as an...
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COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS


COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

Santee Smith by David Hou | Image source: Kahawi Dance Theatre From the canvas to the theatre, these outstanding institutions and organizations support Indigenous artists with education programs that foster creative and career development. 1. The Adam Beach Film Institute, Winnipeg, MB The Adam Beach Fi...
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