Seven Visons Tour – Public Showings

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SHOW DESCRIPTION

We invite our audience to join us in experiencing a multi-media style performance utilizing theatre, music, dance and visuals created by the stories from over 70 Indigenous Youth. At the end of the performance, the actors invite you to virtually participate in finding other scenarios, solutions, to change characters choices in three key scenes.

To avoid paying the ticket service fee, please feel free to reserve your tickets through info@sarasvati.ca.

The performance dates are December 17-18, 8PM CST and December 19, 2PM CST. You will receive the live stream link 2hrs before the performance.

You can view the performance through two different options: YouTube or StreamYard. YouTube viewers can interact in real-time using the chat function which can be brought up on the screen, or StreamYard viewers can be brought on screen with video and audio to interact in person. Facilitated by a live host – called The Joker in Forum Theatre – to discuss and reframe scenarios and interact with the student’s suggestions and questions.

If you have any questions or concerns leading up to our virtual performance of Seven Visions, feel free to reach out to our staff at info@sarasvati.ca

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Show Times

December 17, 8PM – Participant, December 17, 8PM – Viewer, December 18, 8PM – Participant, December 18, 8PM – Viewer, December 19, 2PM – Participant, December 19, 2PM – Viewer

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Tracey Nepinak (Director)

Tracey Nepinak is Cree (with a hint of international flavouring mixed in), her family roots are from Peguis First Nation but currently lives in Canada’s largest urban reserve, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Tracey has worked as a professional actor since 1993. Recent theatre, film and directing credits include: The Hours That Remain (director - Theatre by the River), Honour Beat (Rae Anna - The Grand London/Theatre Calgary), The Third Colour (Agatu - Prairie Theatre Exchange), A Short History of Crazy Bone (Crazy Bone - Theatre Projects Manitoba), Burden of Truth (Rose - Eaglevision), The Rez Sisters (Philomena Moosetail), The Belfry.

Braiden Houle (Ensemble)

Braiden is excited and honoured to be involved in this production of Seven Visions. He wasborn and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Selected credits include: Kill Me Now(Touchstone Theatre), Kill Me Now (Manitoba Theatre Centre/National Arts Centre),Only Drunks and Children Tell The Truth (Firehall Arts Centre), Camera Obscura (thefrank theatre company), The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Manitoba Theatre forYoung People), TH’OWXIYA: The Hungry Feast Dish (Axis Theatre), Redpatch(Hardline Productions), Jumping Mouse (Urban Indigenous Theatre Company), LittleRed Riding Hood (Urban Indigenous Theatre Company), Wings of Darkness (UrbanIndigenous Theatre Company). He is a graduate of Studio 58.

Kathleen MacLean (Ensemble)

Kathleen MacLean is a 2Spirit, Metis-Settler artist from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada's Acting program and is currently working to finish her undergrad in Indigenous Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. Her recent credits include Women of the Fur Trade by Frances Koncan at RMTC and The Third Colour by Ian Ross at Prairie Theatre Exchange.

Jessica McGlynn (Ensemble/Understudy Facilitator)

Jessica McGlynn is a Winnipeg based actor and a graduate of the University of Winnipeg’s Theatre and Film Honours program. She is thrilled to be working on this show again and is excited for it to be shared with more people. She hopes you listen to the show with an open heart and leave with the drive to listen and learn from experiences that are different from your own. Much love to her family for their continual love and support.

Aqqalu Meekis (Ensemble)

Named after an Inuit actor from Greenland, Aqqalu got his start in acting with a cut, small role in the 2003 film Stryker. Since then, he has been active in various film, TV and theatre roles such as a sniper with the Canadian Armed Forces in Paul Gross' Hyena Road, Donny in George F. Walker's Adult Entertainment, Katurian in Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman, and even as a nameless extra (no role is too small) on the set of Outlander, on location in Scotland. Aqqalu would like to thank Sarasvati for the chance to break free from pandemic-induced cabin fever.

Joshua Ranville (Facilitator/Ensemble)

Joshua’s first-ever acting experience was auditioning for a play called “The Rememberer” in 1998 at the Manitoba Theatre for Young People (MTYP). This happened to be where he had the pleasure of meeting Tracey Nepinak and working with her for the first time as she was also a part of that cast. That was when Josh caught the theatre bug and he hasn’t been able to stop acting ever since. The opportunity to work with the amazing Seven Visions cast is a breath of air for Josh since quarantine was feeling like a creative vacuum. Yay for this project, yay for theatre!

Gayle Pruden (Knowledge Keeper/Jingle Dancer)

Jo MacDonald (Playwright/Dramaturg)

Darla Contois (Script Collaborator)

Tori Popp (Wardrobe/Props Coord)

Shauna Jones (Scenic Painter)

Alicia Coulson (Video Editor)

Zoë Leclerc-Kennedy (Show Runner)

Bear Harper (Digital Mentorship/Crew)

Kathryn Ball (Crew)

Michelle Lagassè (Stage Manager)