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Saturday March 21 2020 at 7:30 PM
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A Western Canada Theatre presentation

In 1950’s small-town Saskatchewan, nine-year-old half-Chinese, half-Cree Yvette Wong struggles to find her place in a narrow-minded community, until an unexpected ally helps set her on a path that’s destined for greatness. Inspired by the life of Chinese-Canadian/Cree Senator Lillian Eva Quan Dyck. Café Daughter tells an uplifting story of finding yourself and defining your place in the world against all odds.

Starring Juno-award-winning performer Tiffany Ayalik.



A Workshop West Playwrights' Theatre production,

in association with Alberta Aboriginal Arts



For more show information, visit www.wctlive.ca/cafedaughter.htm

For more information on WCT's Pay-What-You-Can program, visit https://www.wctlive.ca/paywhatyoucan.htm

Venue

Pavilion Theatre
1025 Lorne Street
Kamloops BC V2B 8H6


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Performance Notes

A Western Canada Theatre presentation:

Inspired by the life of Chinese-Canadian/Cree Senator Lillian Eva Quan Dyck. Café Daughter tells an uplifting story of finding yourself and defining your place in the world against all odds.

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