Fall is my favourite time of year. The changing leaves and cooler evenings often find me inside a theatre waiting for that magical moment when the lights come up, and the show begins.
We spent six inspiring days at the Mòshkamo Arts Festival, celebrating and experiencing the opening of the Indigenous Theatre at the National Arts Centre. CIT students attended four plays in 4 days, including the opening night of Marie Clements “The Unnatural and Accidental Women” directed by Muriel Miguel and a brilliant production of NAC artistic director, Kevin Loring’s seminal “WHERE THE BLOOD MIXES.” The play remains as moving today as it was ten years ago when I saw it Winnipeg for the opening of the Truth and Reconciliation hearings.
We participated in the Grand Entry and Welcoming of the Mòshkamo Arts Festival.
Centre for Indigenous Theatre