A Soldier’s Tale

Michael Greyeyes’ Signal Theatre creatively helms and produces, along with producing partners DanceWorks and commissioning partners Canada Dance Festival and the National Arts Centre. | Choreographed and directed by Michael Greyeyes, this dance theatre work probes the lives of soldiers over the span of fifty years, from the end of the Second World War to…

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Dreary & Izzy

Western Canada Theatre . Gateway Theatre . Persephone Theatre . Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company | This work introduced the Indigenous theatrical community to Tara Beagan (and vice versa) when Native Earth premiered it in 2005. The play was intended to have a Western Canada debut in Alberta, in 2012, but was re-scheduled for early 2013….

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In Spirit

photo by Juan Camilo Palacio a Native Earth Performing Arts production | “I don’t remember growing up. Not really. Do people remember that? Growing? Only when it hurts, maybe.” Synopsis Spring, 1979. A young girl is mere days away from celebrating her birthday. Her dad can’t keep the secret of her gift any longer, so…

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Launched

  In June of 2013, Andy Moro designed video/projection and installed the Kaha:wi Dance Theatre work The Honouring at Fort York in Toronto. This work is shaped to play in a diverse number of outdoor spaces, with a secondary version available in the event of inclement weather. Robert Kerr, programmer and supervisor of special events…

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