Photo: Joey Senft
The War Being Waged
In partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts
An Indigenous mother becomes an activist while her brother becomes a soldier. A grandmother raises a granddaughter with love, in community. A granddaughter full of turmoil, finds her voice. Three generations of Indigenous women are woven into this new work by Winnipeg-based theatre artist Darla Contois. And three performance genres tell their story - monologue, poetry with video and movement, and contemporary dance – all tied together by the playwright’s story and an all-encompassing set design that has built a world for all three to live inside.
From the Playwright:
"The story you are about to experience is incredibly personal to me. It is based on one of my deepest fears, my experiences and as well is a response to one of the most important questions we ask ourselves as Indigenous people: What are you fighting for?
In it you will find remnants of real people, real conflicts and real relationships. I hope you're ready to listen with an open heart."
Tracey Nepinak & Emily Solstice Tait
with the voice of Tantoo Cardinal
How the Virtual School Tour works:
- You will receive a link with an exclusive password to the video on Vimeo, which will be valid for 72 hours (choose your own dates)
- The video can be viewed together in the classroom, or each student may use the password to access the show individually
- The cost is $4 per student (no cost for teachers)
- A full Study Guide is provided for the show
For more info or to book the tour, email Haanita Seval at firstname.lastname@example.org