by Craig Lauzon
Fran Red Eagle’s husband is dying of cancer. The doctors suggest she go to a support group for people with loved ones with cancer.
Craig is an English/French/Anishnabeg actor & writer having done both for theatre, tv. and film. He was nominated for a Dora Mavor Moore Award, a Sterling Award, SAA and CSAs. Memeber of Tonto’s Nephews and former Artistic Associate at Native Earth Performing Arts.
Dramaturg Donna Michelle St. Bernard
Company Craig Lauzon
IF THIS IS THE END
by Shandra Spears Bombay
A transracial adoptee stands in the ruins of the Canadian dream. After three generations of cultural genocide, she takes a good hard look at where it all went wrong.
“Holding nothing back, Spears Bombay owns the stage with her vulnerability, humour, and sadness” – Anishinabek News
SHANDRA SPEARS BOMBAY
Shandra Spears Bombay (Ojibway) is an actor, singer, writer and visual artist. Shandra sings with the popular hand-drum group Hidden River Singers, and her work relates to cultural recovery and Indigenous identity. Shandra has performed excerpts of If This Is The End at the CAMINOS Festival Cabaret, the Ombaasin Collective: Braids of Resistance, and the Appropriate THIS! gathering. She is a member of Rainy River First Nations/Manitou Rapids and a member of the wolf clan.
Dramaturg Jill Carter
Company Shandra Spears Bombay
IN-COR-RI-GI-BLE: THE LEGEND OF THUNDER VOICE
by Josh Languedoc
Drugs. Gangs. Nearly dying twice. Foster homes. Adoption. Josh takes you on a journey through the troubled life of his father, David, of Saugeen First Nation.
Josh is a playwright, actor, and improvisor of Saugeen First Nation. He is the producer of Go 4 Broke Productions and has acted with many companies around Edmonton. Recently, Josh participated in the 2016 Banff Playwrights Colony with his play Starlight Tours.
Dramaturg Brian Quirt
Company Josh Languedoc
WOUNDED HEART STAMPEDE
by Dean Gabourie
A man wakes up, still drunk, under the Sun Tree in Indian Village at the Calgary Stampede. How? Why? His journey.
Gabourie has been creating provocative theatre in Canada and abroad for 25 years. Artistic Director of the award winning ACME Theatre Company, Assistant/Associate Artistic Director Stratford Festival 2008-2012.
Dramaturg Matt McGeachy
Company Dean Gabourie
Thursday November 10 @ 7:30 PM | Aki Studio | Tickets $15