The RED Revue


Dave's...on St Clair
, Toronto (Ten steps West of Christie)


Badass blues with Six Nations roots

The RED Revue finds its inspiration in events that uncover the poetic aspect of life led by experimentation on stage. It also follows the diversity of artistic practice of vaudeville where theatre, music, literature, comedy, performance art, poetry and film shared the stage. Indigenous ideas of building community around creativity and creating avenues for transforming culture are what drive The RED Revue.

The RED Revue will take place on the fourth Friday of every month starting January 2011. We will hire one headline Band to shake, rattle and roll the audience into the late night. In addition, any Indigenous artist from any art form can sign up for the open mic. Feel free to stage a new work, a work in progress or old standards. The point is to experiment, to have fun and to test your stuff on a new audience. Lets all come together and share in this great imagining called Indigenous arts. Come and keep dancing our revolution.

Join the Night of the Living RED!!!!! 


For more information contact:

David Deleary, Community Outreach Coordinator


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  • I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for the opportunity you gave me to showcase my crafts and jewelllery at the Saturday Market. I met some really great people, especially other artists and made some new friends. Keep up the good work! Emilie Corbiere

  • Hi Shandra,

     I just wanted to thank ANDPVA for todays terrific workshop on publishing with Kateri. I learned so much and will put this new information to good use.

    Chi Miigwech!!!

    Emilie Corbiere

    Author, artist and storyteller

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  • All youth between 16-24 invited to join leaderhip training Jan 14-16 & Jan 21&22, where we will gather oral stories from elders and train to respectfully retell through performance! Up to 21 Community Hours Credit avaiable for Toronto District School Board high school students!

  • Mark Tuesday, December 21st 6pm on your social calendar and come to the 21st Annual Kensington Market Festival of Lights to see the SKYWOMAN Shadow Puppet Performance by andpva's Indigenous Youth Leadership Team

  • andpva opens our Studio 171 doors 8am-noon alongside the Saturday Wychwood Barns Farmer's Market - Join us Dec 11 & 18 in time for holiday shopping!

  • We are delighted to have
    been invited to partner with SLOW FOOD TORONTO and recruit Indigenous
    musicians and artists to participate in the SLOW FOOD TORONTO
    fundraising event this Friday, December 10th, 2010 6pm-9pm. If you social calendar is not too full, come on out
    and join this delicious celebration.