La Civilisation, ma mère!…,

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This play is adapted from the celebrated novel of the same name and tells the story of a young woman who discovers that there was more to her grandmother’s life than she’d ever imagined.

La Civilisation, ma mère!…,

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This play is adapted from the celebrated novel of the same name and tells the story of a young woman who discovers that there was more to her grandmother’s life than she’d ever imagined.

White Man’s Indian

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This is the story of Eva, a Cree teenage girl, and her journey through the maze of a White Man’s high school. It is a hilarious quest for identity and spirituality through the hallways of teen angst, racism, and an evil prom queen.

White Man’s Indian

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This is the story of Eva, a Cree teenage girl, and her journey through the maze of a White Man’s high school. It is a hilarious quest for identity and spirituality through the hallways of teen angst, racism, and an evil prom queen.

The Sound of the Beast

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This solo piece by two-time Governor General’s Award Nominee Donna-Michelle St.Bernard (aka Belladonna the Blest) speaks truth to power using spoken word, storytelling and hip-hop.

The Sound of the Beast

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

This solo piece by two-time Governor General’s Award Nominee Donna-Michelle St.Bernard (aka Belladonna the Blest) speaks truth to power using spoken word, storytelling and hip-hop.

Burnt

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Every year over 65,000 people gather in the desert outside of Reno, Nevada to form a temporary community called Burning Man. Burnt explores the participants and culture of Burning Man using recordings of interviews, conversations, music, dust storms, and chaos.

Burnt

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Every year over 65,000 people gather in the desert outside of Reno, Nevada to form a temporary community called Burning Man. Burnt explores the participants and culture of Burning Man using recordings of interviews, conversations, music, dust storms, and chaos.

The Game

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Witness six different perspectives on a single violent incident that occurs to Draupadi, the iconic woman at the heart of The Mahabharata. Through a combination of beautiful Indian dance and poetic writing, The Game is the story of a woman who resists attempts to silence her – as relevant today as in centuries past.

The Game

at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film

Witness six different perspectives on a single violent incident that occurs to Draupadi, the iconic woman at the heart of The Mahabharata. Through a combination of beautiful Indian dance and poetic writing, The Game is the story of a woman who resists attempts to silence her – as relevant today as in centuries past.

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