“Drew Hayden Taylor has a deft touch for mixing comedy and commentary in an entertaining and all-Canadian form of social satire." Vancouver Sun
NAC English Theatre Production
Bobby Rabbit has unfinished business with Canada’s first prime minister. His grandfather’s medicine bundle lies mouldering in a British museum, another casualty of the residential school system. So Bobby enlists the help of his friend Hugh, a rockstar wannabe, and Anya, a Queen’s University dropout, to secure a bargaining chip... and to execute a heist so epic in scale they might never see the light of day again.
Filled with humour and sorrow, this bittersweet sesquicentennial story is about finding life’s purpose, knowing when to hang on, and when to change direction.
Please join us before the show on Wednesday October 11 for a pre-show chat
NAC English Theatre Artist-in-Residence Sarah Waisvisz moderates a conversation between Prof. Tracy Coates, of the University of Ottawa’s Institute of Canadian and Aboriginal Studies, and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, author of Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion.
*in collaboration with Prime Minister's Row
TIME: 6:30-7:30 p.m.
VENUE: le Salon
Performance is approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes including intermission