Presented by Centre for Indigenous Theatre
Created in collaboration by CIT Students and Muriel Miguel
January 29-30 at 8pm
Tickets $10 or By Donation
The Centre for Indigenous Theatre’s annual Storyweaving Presentation, Lost In Reverie: perchance to dream, is a collaborative effort between the second and third year students with Muriel Miguel.
CIT welcomes back Muriel Miguel as the creative director for the Storyweaving Presentation. The annual Storyweaving Production is an opportunity for senior students to develop and perform an original ensemble work under the direction of a seasoned professional.
Renowned actor, director, writer and choreographer, Muriel Miguel (Spiderwoman Theater, New York) is a pioneer in the development of an Indigenous performance methodology. She guides the students through this collaborative and creative process to help shape and lift their stories to the stage. Muriel works as an instructor of Indigenous Performance at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre and is the Program Director for CIT’s Summer Program Intensive.
The production is supported by a group of extremely skilled professionals who have numerous theatre and dance credits to their names as well as being instructors at the Centre.
Choreography & Movement by Penny Couchie
Set and Lighting Design by Michel Charbonneau
Prop Design & Scenic Art by Gabriella Caruso
Costume Design by Leida Englar
Voice Coach is Imelda Villalon
Production Management by Deborah Ratelle
Tickets: $10 or by donation at the door; cash only.
For information on call 416-506-9436
The Centre for Indigenous Theatre embraces the spirit, energy and inspiration derived from the culture, values and traditions of Indigenous people. From these roots we seek to elaborate a contemporary Indigenous performance culture through training and professional development opportunities for emerging and established Native theatre artists.