Why See Okotoks?
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Discover Okotoks from Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society as it plays its World Premiere performance at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium this February. Telling the story of Holy Bear Woman, a young Blackfoot girl who survived the Baker massacre in 1870. Okotoks will leave you breathless with awe at her resilience that has seen her bloodline survive to this day. Created by one of her many descents, Justin Many Fingers, don't miss this fascinating and thrilling epic told through his unique art form.
MT7's Artistic Director, Justin Many Finders from Kainai Blackfoot Reserve in southern Alberta has collected a unique group of designers and creatives to bring this deeply personal story to life, including Alejandro Ronceria, Edgardo Moreno, Stephanie Brave Rock, Neil Fleming, and Jolan Houle.
Performance date: 26 February 2019
16+ (emotional themes)
One hour and 30 minutes with no intermission
Cast and Creative
Nicole Joy Fraser
Stephanie Brave Rock
Mark (Kunji) Ikeda
Zack Running Coyote
Devised by Justin Many Fingers and the late Narcisse Blood
Dramaturgy by Alejandro Ronceira
Sound Design by Edgardo Moreno
Lyrical Compositions by Stephanie Brave Rock
Lighting and Set Design by Neil Fleming
Costume Design by Jolane Houle
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