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March 10th-12th - 8:00 pm
March 13th - 2:00 pm
March 16th-19th - 8:00 pm






Dram-Fest '05

Songs of Love and Medicine
by Daniel David Moses, directed by Colin Taylor

Songs of Love and Medicine, one work comprised of two plays with music, offers a First Nations perspective on the war of the sexes.

Playwright Daniel David Moses', a coroner of the theatre who slices open the human heart to reveal the fear, hatred and love that have eaten away at it, according to the Globe and Mail's Kate Taylor (in response to The Indian Medicine Shows), dives into the great divide and comes up with these non-identical twins, twins, a dark farce and a bright tragedy.

The Ballad of Burnt Ella
re-imagines a too familiar story by trying to answer the question - What if Cinderella had been a Mohawk girl with a prince of a guy in her heart and Country and Western music on her mind?

A Song of the Tall Grass expands an old Lakota ghost story, using a contemporary First Nation a cappella singing style that has roots in powwow, jazz and spirituals, to find healing for the wounds our wild hearts cause us.

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