photo of Dakota Hebert by Sweetmoon, design by Andy Moro

ARTICLE 11 is proud to be partnering with Saskatchewan Native Theatre Co. to bring In Spirit to the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada’s Performing Turtle Island. “Performing Turtle Island brings together established and emerging scholars and artists in the form of a national symposium on how Indigenous theatre and performance are connected to Indigenous identity and community health.” (from their website.)

Sponsored by Curtain Razors and a host of supporters such as Sask Culture, SHRCC, U of R Fine Arts, this gathering is a celebration of our excellence in the arts across the continent.

The Globe Theatre Academy’s first ever Indigenous grad, Dakota Hebert (Dene) joins core team Beagan and Moro for a one-night only performance of In Spirit, 6:30 pm at the U of R’s Shu-box Theatre. Admission is sponsored, and therefore free to audience members!

On September 9, 2015, SNTC and A11 launched an indiegogo campaign to make up for the shortfall in federal granting monies that arose in this process. We could not create an SK-based production without the generosity of those who have given to our campaign. Huge thanks to you,
Jesse Wente
Sarah Garton Stanley
Christine Horne
Senator Lillian E. Quan Dyck
Merja Mansner