Maggie & Me: A Healing Dance

A FRIDAY CREEATIONS & NATIVE EARTH
CO-PRODUCTION

April 16-19, 2020
Aki Studio

SPECIAL SEASON OFFER

Maggie & Me honours the legacy of women as healers in our communities.

Through her ancestral gifts and experiences, the dancer receives a contemporary healing danceTravelling through dimensional realms of existence – spirit, dream, and present – we are invited into the dancer’s journey of healing and revitalization of the Anishinaabe culture. With a movement style that is free, lyrical and explosive, she walks into her own power.

Created by Christine Friday, the recipient of the 2018 K.M. Hunter Award for Dance, this breathtaking immersive performance shares the story of how a healing dance can strengthen communities.


CREDITS
Concept, Choreography and Performance by Christine Friday
Featuring Penny CouchieWaawaate Fobister, and Beany John
Dramaturgy by Robert Desrosiers
Lighting & Technical Direction by Rasmus Sylvest
Sound Design by Rob Bertola
Set & Video Design by Michala Clemmensan


From Weesageechak Begins to Dance 31.

The stage was alive with a resurgence of culture and dancing with ancestors. Rich visuals of video backdrops with maximized sound design fulfilled the senses.” – Anishinabek News


DANCE PACKAGE: 2 SHOWS FOR $45*
Includes one ticket to each of the following productions:
Omaagomaan by Waawaate Fobister
Maggie & Me: A Healing Dance by Christine Friday

*Regular single tickets are $25-$30. Price include HST.

SEASON BUNDLE: 4 SHOWS FOR $80*
Includes one ticket to each of the following productions:
This Is How We Got Here by Keith Barker 
Omaagomaan by Waawaate Fobister
Maggie & Me: A Healing Dance by Christine Friday

Sir John A by Drew Hayden Taylor

*Regular single tickets are $25-$30. Price include HST.

ADD WEESAGEECHAK 32 FESTIVAL PASS FOR $50**!
Full W32 artist line-up will be announced in August 1, 2019.
**Festival Pass is available until October 20, 2019. Regular price is $60. Price include HST.

ONLY AVAILABLE UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2019.



Header Visual by Mariah Meawasige