Check out some photos from Theatre New Brunswick’s current production, Finding Wolastoq Voice.
Finding Wolastoq Voice is now on stage at Theatre New Brunswick’s Open Space Theatre with performances running up until March 18.
Finding Wolastoq Voice is the debut play from New Brunswick-based Indigenous visual artist turned playwright Natalie Sappier of Tobique First Nation. In addition to being Natalie’s first play, this production also marks the first time Theatre New Brunswick has produced a world premiere by an Indigenous artist.
The show is a dance/theatre hybrid featuring Toronto-based dancer/choreographer Aria Evans.
This show will be touring the province over the coming weeks with performances in Bathurst, Moncton, Saint John, Sackville, St. Andrews, Elsipogtog, Burnt Church, Tobique and Florencevilve-Bristol and will also receive three performances at Native Earth Performing Arts in Toronto.
Scroll through some photos below. All photos were taken by Andre Reinders and feature dancer Aria Evans.
March 21 | W.C. O’Neill Arena Theatre | St. Andrews, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets
March 22 | BMO Theatre | Saint John, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets
March 23 | théatre l’Escaouette | Moncton, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets
March 24 | Bathurst High School | Bathurst, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets
March 25 | Elsipogtog First Nation | Elsipogtog School | Elsipogtog, NB | 6:00 pm
March 26 | Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts | Sackville, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets
March 29 – 30 | Native Earth Performing Arts | Toronto, ON | 7:30 pm | Learn More
April 4 | Burnt Church First Nation | Esgenoopetij School | Burnt Church, NB | 6:00 pm
April 5 | Tobique First Nation | Mah-Sos School | Tobique, NB | 6:00 pm
April 6 | Carleton North High School | Florenceville-Bristol, NB | 7:30 pm | Buy Tickets