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  RAVEN STOLE THE SUN
By Red Sky Performance (Toronto)
Presented in partnership with Onelight Theatre and Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia


  September 20 | 7pm | Wolfville—Horton High School
Private Show presented by the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board

  September 21 | 11am | Halifax—Rebecca Cohn Auditorium (Dalhousie Arts Centre)
$10 (school group prices available, call 425-6812)
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Renowned for its artistry and innovation, Red Sky Performance is Canada's leading company of world Indigenous performance in dance, theatre and music. Red Sky creates, produces and tours original work for adult and family audiences on stages across Canada and the world. This multi-award-winning company was founded by Artistic Director Sandra Laronde in 2000.

Since its inception, Red Sky has captured and ignited the imagination of close to 400,000 people from eight countries on four continents. Red Sky's work highlights the originality, promise and potential of what is possible within Indigenous contemporary performance.

Raven Stole the Sun tells the story of trickster, Raven, a fabulous creature of impulse and invention. In order to satisfy his overwhelming sense of curiosity, Raven hatches a brilliant scheme for stealing the stars, the moon, and the sun, and ends up bringing light to the people of the world. This compelling theatre dance piece, written by Drew Hayden Taylor, is for family members of all ages.

  THE CAST
  Raven: Christian Feliciano
Seik: Nicole Joy Fraser
Eesh: Carlos Rivera

Stage Manager: Carla Ritchie

  THE CREATIVE TEAM
  Play by Drew Hayden Taylor
Based on a traditional story of the Tlingit Nation as recounted by Sháa Tláa Maria Williams

Director: Sandra Laronde
Choreographer: Sandra Laronde & Carlos Rivera
Composer: Donald Quan
Lighting Designer: Steve Lucas
Set & Costume Designer: Cheryl Lalonde
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