Remembering Reconciliation

Tricoz Productions
Remembering Reconciliation
Fringe
  • Dates: Aug 31, 2021 - Sep 4, 2021
  • Location:
  • Created: Rory Keewatin
  • Performed: Rory Keewatin
  • Advance price: Single ticket: $15, Table for 2: $30, Table for 4: $60
  • Duration: 45 Minutes
  • Rating: All Ages: Coarse Language, Adult Themes, Genocide, Disinformation
  • Genre: Dramatic Performance Art
  • Country: Victoria, BC

Showtimes

Aug
31
Tuesday
08:30 pm
Sep
01
Wednesday
06:00 pm
Sep
02
Thursday
08:30 pm
Sep
03
Friday
06:00 pm
Sep
04
Saturday
08:30 pm

Tickets

This evolution of Reminiscences of Reconciliation is an expression of worry and explanation as to what happens when things do not go to plan. Like a pandemic lands in the midst of planning stages and moves the progress back again.
“This show is for anybody who is interested in reconciliation process and who is ready to listen to the hard truth.”

I get to sing the songs and let the trees dance with my unsaid words!
I get to sing the songs and let the trees dance with my unsaid words!

Smudging is part of this performance. There will be some scent of sage, sweetgrass and smoke in the space. 

Chief Cecil Dawson, renowned Carver, Port Alberni, BC
“I was holding back tears, for you were saying words that had been left unsaid. You returned me to my childhood, with songs and stories being told by our elders. The trees listened to your stories, and harmonized with your songs.”
About the Artist

“I am a proud Indigenous Cree, Métis, Two-spirit being. Holding a degree from UVic to which I have used it to build out my knowledge of traditional life. While learning of the now over 1300 found dead at the children prisons I am grieved.”

Special thanks to my mentor Krystal Cook, to Bronwynn Mairie Nestegaard-Paul, to Puente Theatre and to Intrepid Theatre

Showtimes

Aug
31
Tuesday
08:30 pm
Sep
01
Wednesday
06:00 pm
Sep
02
Thursday
08:30 pm
Sep
03
Friday
06:00 pm
Sep
04
Saturday
08:30 pm

Tickets

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of the Lekwungen People, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations.