“To write this epic about the leader of the bison hunt together.” A note from the play’s three lead authors, Jean Marc Dalpé, Alexis Martin and Yvette Nolan.
Behind the scenes of Gabriel Dumont’s Wild West Show.
An unstructured and wide-ranging conversation between Métis writer Yvette Nolan and artist Alexia Bürger. A bilingual exchange.
These gigantic outdoor shows were among the most prominent early forms of mass entertainment.
Discover the subtlety of emotions in Gregory Scofield’s poetry, a Métis poet, author, professor, and activist.
(Re)read this famous and powerful poem by Marilyn Dumont, a Cree/Métis descendant of Gabriel Dumont.
Discover a short excerpt of the play.
Solitudes brought together in a Third Space: Gabriel Dumont’s Wild West Show makes connections, launches the discussion, participates in the process of decolonizing theatre.