This work is one of a series we're presenting in recognition of Canada's 150th Anniversary and the recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The series explores the relationship between the Indigenous peoples and the settlers in Canada from different perspectives. Also included in the series is Ojibway playwright Drew Hayden Taylor's Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth. The (RE)Imagine Series, April to May 2017, will feature additional readings and events with the aim of inspiring dialogue, understanding and change.
Set in Turtle Valley in the shadow of WWII. The fifteenth summer of Beth Weeks' life is full of strange happenings: a classmate is mauled to death; children go missing on the nearby reserve; and an unseen predator pursues Beth. She must face the darkness within her own family and the dangers of the bush. Based on the award-winning novel.
"Brilliant. . . . A wonderful and challenging, truly bewitching novel."
- Edmonton Journal
ADVISORY: Not suitable for all audiences. Mature subject matter and Strong language.
Recommended Ages: 14+
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BRADEN GRIFFITHS: Crazy Jack
LUCY HILL: Beth
TARAN KOOTENAYHOO: Dennis
JOELLE PETERS: Nora
AARON WELLS: Filthy Billy
ANDREW WHEELER: Father
ANITA WITTENBERG: Mother
DARYL CLORAN: Director
MARSHALL MCMAHEN: Set & Props Designer
MARIAN TRUSCOTT: Costume Designer
GERALD KING: Lighting Designer
JOHN GZOWSKI: Composer & Sound Designer
BRADEN GRIFFITHS: Puppet Design & Construction
KIM HARVEY: Cultural Consultant & Assistant Director
ANDREW G. COOPER: Assistant Director
KARL SINE: Fight Director
KEVIN LORING: Dramaturge
JEFF CHIEF: Design Consultant
LISA RUSSELL: Stage Manager
CHRISTINE LEROUX: Assistant Stage Manager
LEIGH ROBINSON: Apprentice Stage Manager
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