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Performing Turtle Island : Indigenous theatre on the world stage

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  • Contributor: Day, Moira Jean; Irwin, Kathleen; Archibald-Barber, Jesse Rae
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    2019
    Summary:

    "Comprised of multidisciplinary and diverse perspectives, Performing Turtle Island considers theatre as a tool for community engagement, education, and resistance, and examines how communities in turn influence the construction of Indigenous identities through theatre. Contributors: Megan Davies - York University; Spy Dénommé-Welch - Brock University; Floyd Favel - Poundmaker First Nation; Carol Greyeyes - University of Saskatchewan; Michael Greyeyes - Muskeg Lake First Nation; Kahente Horn-Miller - Carleton University; Dione Joseph - Onehunga, New Zealand; Catherine Magowan - Hamilton, ON; Daniel David Moses - Queen's University; Yvette Nolan - University of Saskatchewan; Armand Ruffo - Sagamok Ojibway and Chapleau Cree Fox Lake First Nations, Queen's University; Annie Smith - Grand Prairie Regional College."--

    Contents:
    • Introduction: perspectives on current practice / by Jesse Rae Archibald-Barber, Kathleen Irwin, Moira J. Day
    • Part I: critical self-representation in production and training
    • Stranger in a strange land: views from an Indigenous lens / by Michael Greyeyes
    • Making a movie: how to carry an elephant up a mountain / by Armand Garnet Ruffo
    • Decolonizing counterpoints: Indigenous perspectives and representations in classical music and opera / by Spy Dénommé-Welch and Catherine Magowan
    • Making our own bundle: philosophical reflections on Indigenous theatre education /
    Original Publisher: Regina, Saskatchewan, University of Regina Press
    Language(s): English
    ISBN: 9780889776579, 0889776571, 9780889776586