By Falen Johnson

Co-Created & Co-conceived by Jessica Carmichael

Native Earth Production in Partnership with Blyth Festival

February 6-18, 2018
Tickets $15-25
Aki Studio


In 1942, when the Department of Defence forcibly evicted the community of Stoney Point to neighbouring reserve of Kettle Point to establish the training base Camp Ipperwash, the department promised to return the land after the war concluded. This promise went unfulfilled for over 70 years, an act of displacement that still reverberates through these communities today. Ipperwash by Falen Johnson (Mohawk/Tuscarora), and co-created and co-conceived by Jessica Carmichael (Abenaki), uses humour, movement and song to tell the story of reclamation, repatriation, and the resilience of a community.


Regular | $25
Students, Seniors, Arts Workers | $22
All taxes & ticket fees are included.

PREVIEW: February 4 & 6
Regular | $20
Students, Seniors, Arts Workers | $15

Tuesday February 13

Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice@nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.

Falen Johnson (Playwright)

Jessica Carmichael (Co-Creator & Co-Conceiver)

Blyth Festival Partnership