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WHAT

 

The Hours That Remain

WHERE

 

Colin Jackson Studio 

Prairie Theatre Exchange

WHEN

NOVEMBER 28 to DECEMBER 8, 2019

TICKETS

 

From FREE to $35

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The Hours That Remain
Keith Barker
Directed by Tracey Nepinak

Michelle disappears. Denise dedicates her life to finding her. 

Daniel struggles to keep Denise from a similar fate.
 

When a woman goes missing, the life of her family is thrown

upside down and out of time. 

How far will they go for answers?
 

Featuring
Melanie Dean, Kelsey Kanatan Wavey and Darcy Fehr
 

Set and Costume Design
Jaime Black
Lighting Design
Sean E. McMullen
Sound Design
Kelsey Braun
 

Stage Manager
Erica Wilson

Prairie Theatre Exchange is a physically accessible space.

Gender neutral washrooms are available.

Wa-Say support worker will be at each performance.

SPEAKING SERIES

 

Join us for the following performances to hear from community leaders following the show. Dive deeper into the themes, gain perspective of indigeneity in the age of Truth and Reconciliation, and engage in a dialogue with the speaker and your fellow audience members. 

DEC 5

Tina Keeper, OM 

Political activist, community leader, producer, actor & Honorary Witness Truth and Reconciliation Commission Canada

DEC 6

Issa Kixen

Anishinaabe Two Spirit Comedian & producer. Co-founder WOKE Comedy Hour, producer Minogondaagan: the good voice

NOV 30

(Matinee)

Mitch Bourbonnaire

Mamma Bear clan &

Ogijiita Pimatswin Kinamatwin (OPK)

DEC 4

Bernadette Smith,

OM MLA

Drag The Red,  Manitoba Coalition of Families of Missing and Murdered Women

DEC 7 (PM)

Frances Koncan

Writer, theatre director & columnist with the Winnipeg Free Press of mixed Anishinaabe and Slovene descent.

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