Why this Indigenous Theatre is launching with a heartbreaking play

    You can use your smart phone to browse stories in the comfort of your hand. Simply browse this site on your smart phone.

    Using an RSS Reader you can access most recent stories and other feeds posted on this network.

    SNetwork Recent Stories

Why this Indigenous Theatre is launching with a heartbreaking play

HDownload Audio

by ahnationtalk on September 26, 2019407 Views

Credits: CBC Arts

The Unnatural and Accidental Women: Amanda Parris interviews actor PJ Prudat, director Muriel Miguel and Indigenous Theatre’s artistic director Kevin Loring.

This month, The National Arts Centre in Ottawa launched its new Indigenous Theatre department with a festival called Mòshkamo, and CBC Arts: Exhibitionists host Amanda Parris was on location to learn more about what’s in store for their first-ever season. The department’s 2019-2020 programming is centred around Indigenous women, with nine of the 11 productions written and created by women and the season kicks-off with a courageous play that first premiered 20 years ago. The Unnatural and Accidental Women by Marie Clements shares the stories of 10 women who were targeted by a serial killer in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.

About: Welcome to CBC Arts, your home for the most surprising, relevant and provocative stories featuring artists from diverse communities across Canada. Our job is to fill your feed with the disruptors and innovators changing how we see the country through movement, images and sound — and to inspire you to join in too.

Send To Friend Email Print Story

Comments are closed.

NationTalk Partners & Sponsors Learn More