- In-person event
Indigenous Theatre invites you to join us in celebrating Tomson Highway!
Born in a snowbank at that point where Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Nunavut meet; son of a champion dog-sledder; multilingual speaker of Cree, French, English and Italian, rigorously trained in classical piano; invited to perform and lecture in over 60 countries worldwide; a Member of the Order of Canada, lauded with 11 honorary doctorates, award-winning Cree playwright, novelist, composer and musician.
Tomson Highway helped to shape the development of Indigenous theatre here on Turtle Island, laying the groundwork for the flood of dynamic professional Indigenous talent that has manifested itself today. Tomson Highway’s legacy is remarkable and profound – and he hasn’t stopped at all!
Tomson claims Cree to be the funniest language on earth – so be prepared. The room will roar with laughter, joy and love.
The All My Relations initiative humbly offers self-identifying Indigenous people a way to experience live storytelling, art, and performances. All My Relations tickets are available for TOMSON HIGHWAY: KISAAGEETIN*. To purchase, please call NAC Box Office 1-844-985-2787 (Monday to Friday: 10 am to 5 pm).
Meet-soo-taan, A Culinary Celebration
As Indigenous Theatre pays tribute to one of this land’s greatest treasures with TOMSON HIGHWAY: KISAAGEETIN*, we invite the audience to get into the spirit with our preshow dinner Meet-soo-taan. Inspired by the stellar menu crafted by Chef Joseph Shawana, Meet-soo-taan offers a three-course culinary event.
Please note that Meet-soo-taan will now be in the Canada Room.
If you have already purchased a show ticket for KISAAGEETIN and would like to add on Meet-soo-taan dinner, please call NAC Box Office 1-844-985-2787 (Monday to Friday: 10 am to 5 pm).