Tulugak: Inuit Raven Stories

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Tulugak: Inuit Raven Stories

by aanationtalk on April 3, 2013615 Views

Saturday, April 13, 2013 – 4:00 p.m.
Eric Harvie Theatre 

The Raven dances and sings and always has something to say!  From the time Inuit lived a nomadic life, the Raven has occupied a central place in the imaginations and cultures of the peoples of the Eastern Arctic. Acclaimed director Sylvia Cloutier brings together a diverse group of leading artists from Nunavut, Nunavik and Greenland to collaboratively explore Inuit stories through dance, music, circus, theatre and storytelling. The result is Tulugak: Inuit Raven Stories, a unique, engaging show for young and old alike.

Le Corbeau danse, chante et a toujours quelque chose à dire. Depuis l’époque où les inuits vivaient en nomades, le Corbeau est au cœur de l’imaginaire et des cultures des peuples de l’Arctique oriental. Metteure en scène renommée, Sylvia Cloutier a réuni un groupe d’artistes de premier plan du Nunavut, du Nunavik et du Groenland pour explorer cet héritage inuit par la danse, la musique, les arts du cirque, le théâtre et le conte. Tulugak : Inuit Raven Stories est un spectacle tout à fait unique qui séduira petits et grands.

Originally created for the Alianait Arts Festival. Developed in association with The Banff Centre and the Canada Council for the Arts.  

Recommended for ages 5 and older.


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