Wednesday, August 23, 2006


Last night, my sister-in-law and I took the kids to see a play in Wikwemikong (Canada's only unceded Native reservation). What a magical experience it was. The old Wiky ruins served as the stage upon which the actors wove their tales of ancient years. It is interesting to note that the stories are told by Aboriginal youth for Aboriginal youth.

I absolutely love a good production and plays (along with other types of performances) have always been an important part of my life. I have got to say that the Debaj theater group put on a performance comparable to something one would see in Stratford or in any other place known for their theater/plays.

I'll be back with a write up on the play we saw last night. In the meantime, check out these two links: The Great Spirit Circle Trail and De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theater.


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