The teaching represented by the eagle is love. Through stories of finding community, self-love, and acceptance, follow the journey of Little Eagle; an Indigenous youth who takes themselves from reserve reject to full fledged drag queen.
The Heels of Our Grandfathers
May 14th — 6:00pm (Double Bill)
May 16th — 7:15pm (Double Bill)
May 18th — 8:45pm
@ Aki Studio 585 Dundas St E
Director/Dramaturg/Mentor: Cole Alvis
Writer/Performer: Cole Stevens…
Stage Manager: Lindy Kinoshameg
Wardrobe/Beadwork/Makeup: Katie Couchie
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.