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You used to call me Marie...

By Tai Amy Grauman

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Indigenous arts Theatre
  • In-person event

  • English
  • Ages 13+

Performance options Start time Language Availability
Wednesday, June 19, 2024 11:00 am English Seats available
Friday, June 21, 2024 11:00 am English Seats available

A Savage Society Production

You used to call me Marie... is an epic Métis love story. We follow Iskwewo, Napew, and Mistatim through eight intertwined stories of love, loss, and the fight of the Métis people as the Métis nations emerge across the plains amidst the fur trade's robust colonization. As we experience the love stories shared by the Callihoos, we witness their struggle to protect their people and celebrate their resilient sovereignty as Métis women.


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    Featuring Tai Amy Grauman

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