Moonlodge

Written by Full Circle’s Founder and Artistic Managing Director, Margo Kane, Moonlodge is a Canadian Aboriginal Theatre classic. Agnes is a girl who was removed from her home by Child Welfare government services. She grows up in a series of foster homes, away from the warmth and support of her family and her cultural community. Popular media depicting Aboriginal people …

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Interview with Margo Kane & Corey Payette

Article posted on Artslandia Seventeen years after writing Moonlodge, Margo Kane is now passing her work into the hands of two of Canada’s brightest upcoming theatre artists. Directed by Corey Payette, Moonlodge will, for the first time, be performed by a different actor, Paula-Jean Prudat. Can you tell us a bit about the story? MK: Moonlodge tells the story of a young girl named Agnes …

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#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. An 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 …

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Moonlodge by Margo Kane

Full Circle First Nations Performance is very excited to present the 16th Annual Talking Stick Festival – Kwèykw`áystway: Speaking With One Another from February 16-26, 2017. The Festival is proud to announce Moon Lodge February 17-25th, at the BMO Theatre Centre 162 West Avenue Vancouver, B.C. Western Canada’s premier Indigenous Performing Arts Festival features 11 days of entertainment including Film, …

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