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Winner of the Dora Mavor Award for Most Outstanding Touring Production 2022 (at Harbourfront Centre’s Fleck Theatre) A visually stunning dance piece exploring the impacts of the Quebec Bridge disaster of 1907, which killed 33 Mohawk ironworkers from the community of Kahnawake. When the bridge…

Winner of best outdoor choreography Festival Quartiers Danses 2019. Many Indigenous perspectives see humans as only one small part of nature, equal with the animals, plants, water, winds, sun, moon, etc. Now many of us live in cities, seemingly far from nature. Are we far?…

In creation. Enter into a world of Indigenous Futurism. This is a story inspired by Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) teachings, allowing us to imagine worlds where colonialism never happened.  We follow Kahente, an Indigenous youth, on his journey to the stars. After finding seven wampum belts from…

A solo choreographed and performed by Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo. It is an expression of her life’s journey as she shares many experiences that she carries in the bundle of her body, mind, and spirit. What We Carry is sometimes painful and sometimes joyous as she…

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