by Marcel Petit
Premiered October 28, 2022
Coffee, cookies and a conversation about being. Two friends wrestle with what treaty even means as they share a cuppa Joe.
Directed by Jennifer Dawn Bishop
Dramaturgy by Curtis Peeteetuce
Featuring Cheyanne Lemaigre, Kam Miller, and Dominga Robinson
Audience advisory: Content may not be suitable for children.
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Coffee Talk was written by Marcel Petit
World premiere commissioned by Burnt Thicket Theatre
direction by Jennifer Dawn Bishop
dramaturgy by Curtis Peeteetuce
Cheyanne Lemaigre (Donna)
Dominga Robinson (Amanda)
Kam Miller (Server)
sound design, recording and audio production by Tim Bratton
production dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan
stage management by Stephen Waldschmidt
original music by Darryl Dozlaw, Jordan Daniels, Marc Okihcihtaw and Donny Speidel
image design by Brooklynn Bitner
Gratefully created on Treaty 6 Territory, Treaty 4 Territory and the traditional homeland of the Métis.
Ways to learn and take action:
Ask a friend to join you to volunteer your time with a community organization or school program that is led by Indigenous persons and supports Indigenous youth in your part of Turtle Island.
Explore these resources:
- The Métis Voices video collection of oral histories (https://www.metisvoices.ca/)
- The Virtual Museum of Métis History and Culture (https://www.metismuseum.ca/)
- The Métis Memories of Residential Schools online mural (https://www.muralmosaic.com/metis-memories/)
- The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation virtual exhibits (https://nctr.ca/exhibits/)
- Or visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (https://humanrights.ca/)
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This project is made possible by a Digital Now Grant from Canada Council for the Arts, and by our major sponsors Shercom Industries, SK Arts, and Creative Saskatchewan.