Evergreen – The enthralling new play by Krista Marushy “Am I just the trial at the end of your wilderness?” During the late shift at this rural diner, an inquisitive customer divines information far too close to home for the man behind the counter. Two strangers wrestle with coincidences that urge them to choose between the familiarity

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New Blood: A Story of Reconciliation We’re bringing this acclaimed theatre production that blends poetry, song, contemporary and traditional dance to Saskatchewan for the first time! Featuring Siksika musicians and dancers, traditional Blackfoot powwow music, the music of Peter Gabriel, and a host of emerging artists. The inspiring true story of Chief Vincent Yellow Old

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by Stephen Waldschmidt

In the midst of spring seeding, a farmer is interrupted by the landowner. New voices join the fray, but what can break up entrenched opinions and cultivate common ground?

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by Marcel Petit

Coffee, cookies and a conversation about being. Two friends wrestle with what treaty even means as they share a cuppa Joe.

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by Jennifer Dawn Bishop

The eyes of a child deconstruct the world in ways that the older and wiser haven’t even contemplated. When tucking in his granddaughter, a man is struck by a loaded question.

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by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard

Ceremony, tradition, and fraud. In an imagined future a capricious girl prepares for her symbolic role in annual rites that renew commitments to inquests of old. Will she toe the line?

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by Curtis Peeteetuce

In a dystopian future, adrift in space, Commander Trem Lylin archives listeners calling in to share their final thoughts about the current state of humanity – while they still can.

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by Joelle Peters

Separated by life’s forks in the road, childhood friends are reunited by grief. Old wounds strain the bonds they built in years past, despite their desire to reconnect. Sometimes to move forward, we must take a step back.

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by Amanda Trapp

Sifting through romantic facades and broken promises, a couple finds out what they truly long for.

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by Yvette Nolan

Caught at the intersection of sorrow and our nations’ symbols, two strangers find themselves at odds over questions of how soon is too soon, how much is enough?

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