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We’re breaking trail for a new piece!

Yukon’s rivers and trails and the people who travel them, from First Peoples to waves of newcomers: Gwaandak Theatre’s newest project gathers artists to explore and string together story-beads from our land.

Creating brand-new stories by and for Yukoners, which acknowledge and honour and our rich and diverse history, in a collaborative Indigenous-centred process. With creation residencies in Whitehorse and Dawson City and sharing of work-in-progress in June 2016.

July 2015 artistic team members include Geneviève Doyon, Patti Flather, and Andrameda Hunter of Whitehorse, Yvette Nolan of Saskatoon and Michelle Olson of Vancouver, with input from Paul Gowdie. Ensemble Participants include Chris Clarke, Doris John, Leonard Linklater, Aimée Dawn Robinson and Carolyn Simmons, and Amber Church is producer/stage manager.

February 2016 artistic team members include Aimée Dawn Robinson, Geneviève Doyon, Patti Flather, Andrameda Hunter and Leonard Linklater of Whitehorse, Yvette Nolan of Saskatoon and Michelle Olson of Vancouver, and Amber Church is stage manager.

Showing of Work in Progress

Come and see where we’re at!

– July 20 2015, 7pm, The Old Fire Hall, Whitehorse, by donation

– Feb. 24 2016, Time to be confirmed, The ODD Fellows, Dawson City, by donation – During the Myth and Medium Conference

– March 2016, details to be confirmed, Whitehorse, by donation

– June 9-11-12-13, Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre, Whitehorse, $20 – During the Magnetic North Theatre Festival

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