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Saturday September 15 2018 at 8:00 PM
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× Written and Directed by KIM SENKLIP HARVEY

Produced in association with Persephone Theatre and Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre, Saskatoon, SK

September 13 to 22, 2018 | Pavilion Theatre

How do you discover yourself when Columbus already did? Come along for the ride to Kamloopa, the largest powwow on the West Coast. This high energy Indigenous matriarchal story follows two urban Indigenous sisters and a lawless trickster who face the world head-on as they come to terms with what it means to honour who they are and where they come from. Bear witness to the courage of these women as they turn to the ancestors for help in reclaiming their power.

Kim Senklip Harvey explores the fearless love and passion of Indigenous women reconnecting with their homelands, ancestors, and stories through her exciting approach to Indigenous theatre.

Strong Language Advisory. This political, feminist, and daring comedy contains mature topics and profanity.

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Pavilion Theatre
1025 Lorne Street
Kamloops BC V2B 8H6


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Performance Notes

OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION - Saturday, September 15, after curtain call, join us for a celebratory reception in the lobby for refreshments and a chance to mingle with the cast and crew.

Come along on a trip to Kamloopa, one of the largest powwows in the world. Two Indigenous sisters and a rambunctious trickster hit the road from Vancouver to Kamloops to face the world head-on, and come to terms with what it means to honour who they are and where they come from. A raucous comedy about courage, identity, and reclaiming the power of your ancestry.
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