Written by Jesse Wabegijig, Pesch Nepoose and Theresa cutknife
This story follows Kara, an urban Indigenous teenager, who is forced onto the reserve to reconnect to her culture and keep her out of trouble. When Kara attempts to befriend Billy and Diana long held secrets are revealed. Only through working together can they hope to create a future worth living for.
This production is a staged reading.
Stage Manager: Jessica Campbell-Maracle
May 14th @ 7:15-7:45 pm
May 17th @ 8:15-8:45 pm
May 19th @ 12:45-1:15 pm
This is a Paprika Production, as apart of the Indigenous Arts program. We would like to thank our Mentor the amazing Yolanda Bonnell, our dramaturge the ever present Ed Roy, our school Centre for Indigenous Theatre and last but not least all the staff of the Paprika festival mentioned and unmentioned.
Part of the 17th Paprika Festival
May 14 — 20, 2018
In partnership with Native Earth Performing Arts
At the Aki Studio Theatre
585 Dundas Street East
Paprika is a youth-led performing arts festival featuring new, original work by young artists created with the support of an entire artistic community. Paprika runs year-round with a diversity of programming, including: Playwrights-in-Residence, Writers’ Circle, Directors’ Lab, Indigenous Arts Program, Paprika Productions, TD Creators’ Unit and Festival Administrators.