Vancouver Moving Theatre, in partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts, in association with Jumblies Theatre, and with the development assistance of PTC and Weesageechak Begins to Dance Festival, invite you to witness
WEAVING RECONCILIATION: OUR WAY
Led and performed by indigenous artists, Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way brings to life the story of Old One and his journey to reconcile with himself, his family and his community. Read more…
NEW VENUE: Artscape Sandbox
301 Adelaide Street West
WHEN: June 6 – 9, 2018
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 7:30pm, Saturday 2:00pm
PRE-SHOW: Doors open at 7:00pm (Thursday & Friday) and 1:30pm (Saturday)
A preshow sound and image playlist co-curated by local youth with images of Coast Salish homelands, songs reflecting youth voices will play. In addition there will be aTreaty 13 Map, a Turtle Island Quilt and an Audio Gallery– Presented by Jumblies Theatre Talking Treaties Project led by Ange Loft.
TICKETS: $25 regular / $20 seniors & students @ nativeearth.ca
YOUTH FROM THE TERRITORY
June 6 & 9 Ashley Riley (Anishinaabe)
June 7 Jamie Oshkabewisens (Wikwemikong)
Speaker from the Territory
June 6 & 9 Bob Whiteduck Crawford (Anishinaabe)
June 7 Catherine Tammaro (Wyandot)
June 8 Cheri Maracle (Haudenosaunee)
Taking Treaties Host
Victoria Freeman (historian)
Each performance will incorporate cultural contributions from youth and speakers from the host territory. Details coming soon!
SUPPORT AND ACCESSABILITY
- Support workers will be present at all performances.
- Aki Studio is wheel chair accessible.
- ASL Interpretation provided June 7th at 7:30pm by Maggie Harkins and Thurga Kanagasekarampillai
- Deaf Consulting and Outreach by Sage Lovell of Deaf Spectrum and Landon Krentz
- Special Thanks to Cahoots Theatre for their Deaf Inclusion resources and advisement.
PRE-SHOW PARTNER – Jumblies Theatre
HOST PARTNER – Native Earth Performing Arts
The Aki Studio at Native Earth Performing Arts stands on the traditional territories of the Misissaugas of the New Credit, Anishinaabe, Hauendenosaunee and Wendat Peoples.