Talking Stick Festival February 20-March 4

Taste of the Festival Gala Opening Mon. Feb. 20th – Celebrating aboriginal artists in  music and dance   8pm, Roundhouse Community Centre

Metis Mutt, by Sheldon Elter, Tues. Feb. 21, 8pm, Roundhouse Community Centre

An autobiographical one-man show, the play recounts Metis Actor/Writer/Director and musician Sheldon Elter’s coming of age through difficult family and cultural circumstances.

In a World Created by a Drunken God by Drew Hayden Taylor – Thurs. Feb. 23

at 8pm, Roundhouse Community Centre

A powerful drama by one of Canada’s leading First Nations playwrights (Drew Hayden Taylor), In a World Created by a Drunken God raises questions that transcend issues of culture, morality and history, cutting to the heart of what it means to be human in a world stripped of convenient labels and identity politics.

Chocolate Woman Dreams the Milky Way by Monique Mojica – Tues. Feb. 28 at 8pm, Roundhouse Community Centre

The Talking Stick Festival and Chocolate Woman Collective present Chocolate Woman Dreams the Milky Way an innovative blend of physical theatre, visual story-telling and traditional Kuna aesthetic. Written by Toronto playwright and performer Monique Mojica and directed by internationally renowned Kuna actor and director Jose A. Colman.

Visit ticketstonight.ca or call 604-684-2787 – Individual ticket prices range from $12 – $29 and Festival passes – $85.75 adults, $65.75 for Seniors/Student.

For events at the Cultch visit http://tickets.thecultch.com or call (604)251-1363


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