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Kamloopa
Kim Senklip Harvey
On Stage June 23 to July 24
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Kamloopa

Always dance like the ancestors are watching.

With brilliance, irreverence, and fearless wit, three Indigenous women hit the road on their way to the largest powwow on the West Coast – and to self-discovery. But how do you discover yourself when Columbus allegedly already did that? Come along for the ride to connect with the ancestors on this mind bending and boundary blurring adventure.

Winner of the Governor General’s Award for Drama

Toronto Premiere



 

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