Good Heart, Good Mind

The Indigenous Youth Wellness Team at PHSA will be hosting a free conference for Indigenous youth 18 to 24 living in BC from February 15th to 17th, 2017. The conference is being hosted within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh people at the Blue Horizon Hotel in Vancouver, BC. … Continue reading Good Heart, Good Mind

Announcing the #TSF2017 Artwork

For those who have taken a peak at our social media in the last few days, you might have noticed something a little different. Can you guess what it is? It’s the #TSF2017 artwork! This year’s artwork was created by the fabulous Jay Havens. Havens is an artist of Haudenosaunee Mohawk and Scottish Canadian ancestry … Continue reading Announcing the #TSF2017 Artwork

Call For a First Nations Performer

NOMADIC TEMPEST is a new work featuring metaphoric multi-disciplinary theatre and music spectacle revelation of climate refugees on a dreadlocked planet. The Caravan Stage Company, ( is a professional non-profit theatre company that travels and performs with a diverse cast on it’s own 90 ft Sailing/Theatre Ship. The Caravan creates original experimental theatre/opera encompassing the … Continue reading Call For a First Nations Performer

Congrats to the Cast and Crew

Full Circle: First Nations Performance would like to give a warm shout out to the cast and the crew who participated in the production of The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine and Women of Papiyek at the 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival. Please join us in giving them a Full Circle round of applause. The Girl … Continue reading Congrats to the Cast and Crew

Q+A // with Deneh’Cho Thompson

In this short Artslandia interview, Deneh’Cho Thompson will answer questions about his new play, The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine, which was the winner of the 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival New Play Prize.   Without giving away too much, can you tell us a bit about the story of The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine? … Continue reading Q+A // with Deneh’Cho Thompson

The Girl Who Was Raised By Wolverine

Developed with support of DD Kugler, Playwrights Theatre Centre, and Full Circle: First Nations Performance   A dystopic future, resources are depleted, overpopulation is destroying the earth. A militant government keeps people locked away in individual living quarters as the population continues to grow. The time of the culling is near. Stephanie, like so many … Continue reading The Girl Who Was Raised By Wolverine