Native Earth Performing Arts' Weesageechak Begins to Dance Festival
8pm - Landof the Living by Michael Greyeyes
Four characters churnthrough their final moments on earth, struggling to find meaning, to reconcilefears and desires, before they travel to the Land of the Dead. New,visceral, athletic work from acclaimed artist Michael Greyeyes.
8:30pm - GatheringLight by Michelle Olson
From seedto flower, from girl to woman, from structures that do not support our owntruths to ceremonies that support our full bloom, Gathering Light exploresthe impulses rooted in our bodies and that travel through us to find thelight. From the choreographer of Death of A Chief, Evening inParis, and Songs of Shar Cho, a newdance, and a new vision.
8pm - SunsetRoad by Miria George
From Aotearoa, our Maorirelations return with Miria George's new play, Sunset Road. Underthe direction of Hone Kouka, Sunset Road examines the bonds of blood,land and belonging.
8pm - YoungVoices/Harvest Showcase
The hottest night of theFestival, this year's edition features new work by Ryan Cunningham, ErinDickson, Lacey Eninew, Waawaate Fobister, Christian Goulet, Falen Johnson,Paula Jean Prudat, Aaron Shingoose, Melinda Jane Stepnowich. Meet the future ofAboriginal theatre.
3pm - OutsideEye On Inside Work
Guest director RandyReinholz, Artistic Director of Native Voicesat the Autry in Los Angeles, chooses excerpts of new works by NativeEarth Playwrights In Residence Tara Beagan and Falen Johnson, ArtisticAssociate Keith Barker and Artistic Director Yvette Nolan.
8pm - WhoseJustice?
In 1898, in Dawson City, Yukon, two Tagish men were sentenced to hangfor the killing of a white prospector. Two worlds collide in LeonardLinklater's poetic, angry, nostalgic play about how we arrived at this momentin time. Dramaturgy by DD Kugler.
Tickets are $10/night or $30 for a Festival Pass
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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
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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.
The 7th Annual CIT Variety Showcase will be at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, ., on December 10, 2010,
with performances scheduled to start at 7 pm and run through to
9:30pm. The evening is by donation and all are invited to attend.