FANCYDANCE: THE MUSICAL
by Tenille Campbell and Andréa Ledding
Fancydance explores Indigenous identity in the context of a love triangle.
Tenille Campbell is a Dene/Métis author and photographer from English River First Nation in Northern Saskatchewan. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing from UBC and is currently in her third year of at English PhD at the U of S.
Andréa Ledding was born and raised in Treaty 6 territory; Batoche survivors and kinship to Pauline Johnson form some branches of her family tree. Photo-journalist, poet, playwright, writer, editor, freelancer and art-practitioner based out of Saskatoon, Andréa has raised numerous offspring and earned an MFA in writing and an MA in English.
Dramaturg Kevin Wong
Company Chelsea Rose Tucker, Garret C. Smith, Jani Lauzon,
Kristopher Bowman, Nigel Irwin, Samantha Brown,
by Cheyenne Scott
An unexpected pregnancy causes a disconnected family to reconsider their own choices in preparation for the next generation.
Cheyenne Scott is a Coast Salish First Nation multidisciplinary artist based in Toronto. Her work is a celebration of her Indigenous culture and examines identity and relationships to land.
Dramaturg Brian Quirt
Company Jani Lauzon, Kristopher Bowman, Nigel Irwin,
THE GIRL WHO WAS RAISED BY WOLVERINE
by Deneh’Cho Thompson
In a dystopic future overpopulation is destroying the Earth; the time of the culling is near and one in three people will be killed for “the greater good”.
Vancouver Fringe New Play Award Winner
Deneh’Cho Thompson is an emerging director, actor and playwright. Deneh recently performed in The Classroom at Studio 58 and in Burning Vision in Barcelona’s Grec Festival in July.
Dramaturg Lindsay Lachance
Company Chelsea Rose Tucker, Samantha Brown, Garret C. Smith
Friday November 18 @ 7:30 PM | Aki Studio | Tickets $15