Venue: Podcast

Coming in 2022 -

WE TREATY PEOPLE – New series of plays for the ear premieres early 2022

Digital audio plays from a diverse group of artists exploring the question, “What does it mean to embrace all our relations?” Be provoked by this original fiction podcast and hear the stirring call to truth and reconciliation in our neighbourhoods, all across Canada. Captivating, unsettling, refreshing.

Nine audio dramas and nine artist interview episodes

Each episode will be accompanied by interactive suggestions for learning more or ways to engage the episode with friends. We will also host monthly Audience Talkbacks with artists and special guests over Zoom.

Free to stream on demand wherever you get your podcasts, with donations accepted.

We Treaty People episodes – release dates TBA

The Yard With the Old Plow by Shanda Stefanson
Direction by Joel Bernbaum*
Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan
Featuring Lisa Bayliss*, Alan Long* and Aren Okemaysim

Flag by Yvette Nolan
Dramaturgy by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Direction by Roxanne Dicke

You Said We’d Be Together Forever by Amanda Trapp
Dramaturgy by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Direction by Johanna Arnott

Do You Remember? by Joelle Peters
Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan

The Final Inquiry by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard
Direction & Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan

Coffee Talk by Marcel Petit
Dramaturgy by Curtis Peeteetuce

Remnance by Curtis Peeteetuce
Dramaturgy by Carol Greyeyes
Direction by Danny Knight

Taken Before Birth by Jennifer Dawn Bishop
Dramaturgy by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard

Land by Stephen Waldschmidt
Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan

Production Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan

Series sound design and audio production by Tim Bratton

Original music created by Darryl Dozlaw, Jordan Daniels, Marc Okihcihtaw and Donny Speidel 

Audience advisory: Content may not suitable for children.

More about We Treaty People

As a company we are seeking to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Call To Action #83, to support good ways “for Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists to undertake collaborative projects and produce works that contribute to the reconciliation process.” We are mindful also of the Calls For Justice from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, particularly #6.1 which urges artists and arts producers to “take decolonizing approaches to their work” and to “support Indigenous people sharing their stories, from their perspectives, free of bias, discrimination, and false assumptions, and in a trauma-informed and culturally sensitive way.”

This project is made possible by a Digital Now Grant from Canada Council for the Arts.

*The participation of these Artists is arranged by permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association under the provisions of the Dance Opera Theatre Policy (DOT)


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