#TSF2017 HEADLINERS

As we’re leading up to this year’s Talking Stick Festival, Kwèykw`áystawy (meaning “speaking with one another”), we want you to know about some of our exciting Headliners.

AMoonlodgePoster-FEB1-JPEG72n Urban Ink Production, presented in partnership with the Talking Stick Festival.

Moonlodge tells the story of a young Aboriginal woman named Agnes. Child Welfare government services removed Agnes from her home. She grows up in a series of foster homes, away from the warmth and support of her family and her cultural community. In the 1960s she joins many others hitchhiking across America, and in that journey she discovers the authentic voice inside her that had been silenced, but never lost.

Moonlodge is a piece written by our own Margo Kane. Full Circle comes full circle bringing back this story to Vancouver. For the first time, a new actor, Paula-Jean Prudat, will perform Moonlodge.

EVENT INFO:

BMO Theatre Centre
February 17th to 25th, 8:00pm
Matinees on 18th, 19th, 22nd, 23rd and 25th
Purchase Moonlodge tickets here.

***Group rates available for school groups – please contact odessa@urbanink.ca or 604.629.8849 for more info.***

 

 

Greed/REsolve is a a collaborative evening of two dance works, created by Byron Chief-Moon and Circadia-Indigena’s Artistic Director, JP Longboat. Greed is about today’s exploitative stock market and the effects of exploitation and corporate self-indulgence. REsolve addresses de-colonization of both self and homeland through an awakening of
the individual confronting an authoritarian system, and implores all peoples to take control of their own destiny by challenging economic slavery and psychological bondage.

Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre
February 24th and 25th, 7:00pm

Celebration of Powwow Culture is one of our most popular events, gathering hundreds of people every year. Enjoy a brilliant display of traditional and contemporary dance exhibitions. Join in the inter-tribal dances, it’s an interactive event for all ages! The Celebration hosts the Aboriginal Artisan fair and includes a variety of vendor exhibits and the sale of arts, crafts, music and food.

Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre
February 19th, 12:00pm to 5:00pm

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