Our picks this week: True West, Les Filles du Roi & Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way

True West (May 15-19)

Sonder House Productions, makes its theatrical debut with a production of Sam Shepard’s True West. This tale of sibling rivalry throws two estranged brothers together, where jealousy and mistrust bubble beneath the surface, threatening to destroy them. More information at sonderhouseproductions.org.

We are LIVE with the company of the Sonder House Productions presentation of Sam Shepard’s True West.This tale of sibling rivalry throws two estranged brothers together, where jealousy and mistrust bubble beneath the surface, threatening to destroy what little they have. True West plays the Vancity Culture Lab at The Cultch May 15-19. Visit https://www.sonderhouseproductions.org for tickets and information.

Posted by Vancouver Presents on Monday, May 7, 2018

Les Filles du Roi (The King’s Daughters) (May 15-27)

Written in English, French, and Kanien’kéha (Mohawk), the new musical Les Filles du Roi (The King’s Daughters) is the story of a young Mohawk girl, and her brother whose lives are disrupted upon the arrival of les filles du roi in 1665. More information at http://urbanink.ca.

Raes Calvert and Kaitlyn Yott in Les Filles du Roi. Photo by Tim Matheson.
Raes Calvert and Kaitlyn Yott in Les Filles du Roi. Photo by Tim Matheson.

5. Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way (May 17-19 & 24-26)

Vancouver Moving Theatre kicks of a national tour of Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way with a production at the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre. Led and performed by Indigenous artists, the multi-disciplinary show combines storytelling, cultural teachings, songs, authentic languages and the ancient stick game of Slahal to tell the story of “Old One” and his journey to reconciliation. More information at weaving-reconciliation-our-way.ca.

Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way
Weaving Reconciliation: Our Way

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