From Vancouver Moving Theatre
It’s finally happening!! After many years of listening, writing, visiting partnering communities and fundraising Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way is now ready to tour across Turtle Island/Canada.
And it’s starting here on Coast Salish territory at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre May 17-27, 2018.
Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way is a new play and cultural encounter that brings to life the story of Old One and his journey to reconcile with himself, his family and his community.
Woven around indigenous storytelling and cultural teachings, Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way is co-written by award-winning artists Renae Morriseau (Saulteaux Cree) with Rosemary Georgeson (Coast Salish/Sahtu Dene) and Savannah Walling (American Canadian). It is also enriched by contributions from the cast, knowledge-keepers and partnering communities.
Vancouver Moving Theatre is also so thrilled to announce the cast of Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way:
Sam Bob (Snaw-Naw-As/Coast Salish)
Stephen Lytton (Nicomen Indian Band, Nlaka’pamux First Nation)
Marge White (Huu-ay-aht First Nation)
Tai Amy Grauman (Metis/Iroquois Cree)
Jonathan Fisher (Pottawattami, Wikwemikong Unceded Reserve)
Sophie Merasty (Dene/Woodlands Cree Nations)
Latash Maurice Nahanee (Squamish Nation)
Tracey Nepinak (Cree/Peguis First Nation)
Tania Carter (Salish)
Vern Bevis (Okanagan Nation)
The cast will be joined on stage by local youth and cultural knowledge keepers from each host community on the tour. Please follow us on facebook and visit www.weaving-reconciliation-our-way.ca to find out more.
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