2019 – 2020 THEATRE SEASON

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December 10 – 15, 2019

THE BROADWAY THEATRE

This winter everyone on the reserve is looking for love, especially Wilma Paul. Meanwhile Clare and Zula plan a private Christmas party at Sihkos’s house. Private! Meaning only family and friends and no one else. Especially Wilma, Chief Richard or anyone else from the band office!

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March 5 – 13, 2020

STUDIO 914

Each September, GTNT recruits Indigenous youth between the ages 16 – 25, for the Circle of Voices training program The program enlists cultural leaders, theatre artists, and career development professionals to lead workshops for the participants. This program culminates in a production of a original play created by a playwright in conjunction with the participants.
This year’s COV production themes: Discrimination and implicit bias in the health care system.

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April 24 – 26, 2020

STUDIO 914

Welcome to Paris SK, a new play by Kenneth T. Williams. Inspired by events that didn’t happen, Paris SK slices open the political, social and racial underbelly of a city captivated by an unsolved murder. In a style that draws from the movies like The Killers and the Maltese Falcon, Paris SK is a “detective story” written as an homage to the tradition of film noir.
In a first for GTNT, Paris SK will be a workshop production, as a contribution of the on-going development of this new play. Kenneth would like to acknowledge Edmonton’s Citadel Theatre and their Playwrights Lab for the on-going support of this project.

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May 28 – June 7, 2020
STUDIO 914

In a post-apocalyptic world, two aging Indigenous women are cast out of their village and forced to wander the desolate landscape with their only tools of survival: a shared traditional knowledge and deep friendship. When a young man appears and threatens their new way of life, the two women must choose between isolation and community.

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