bug

manidoons collective co-presented by Theatre Passe Muraille and Native Earth Performing Arts

Single Tickets go on sale September 9 ,2019.

bug follows The Girl as she navigates her way through her intergenerational trauma while being followed by Manidoons, the physical manifestation of her addictions. Performed and created by Yolanda Bonnell (NOW Magazine’s Artists to Watch 2016), the 2019 Dora-nominated physical performance weaves stories of Indigenous women grappling with their painful past and making tough choices to survive in this country. 

Each performance will have a post-show Q&A.

Venue:

Mainspace Theatre  |  16 Ryerson Ave.

Running Time:

TBC

Content Warnings:

TBC

February 2020

Cast

Yolanda Bonnell (Ojibwe-South Asian)

Creative

Created by Yolanda Bonnell (Ojibwe-South Asian)

Directed by Cole Alvis (Métis)

Dramaturgy by Yvette Nolan (Algonquin)

Scenography by Jay Havens (Haudenosaunee / Mohawk)

Lighting Design by Michel Charbonneau (Anishnaabe/Mohawk/euro)

Original Music by DJ Classic Roots (Ojibway/Blackfoot) & Jennifer Kreisberg (Tuscarora)

Sound Design by Maddie Bautista (Filipino)

Movement Facilitation by Aria Evans (Mi’kmaq/Black/settler)

Knowledge Keeper Pauline Shirt (Plains Cree)

TBC

Ticket Prices:

General Admission $

Senior $

Arts Worker $

Under 30 $

manidoons collective is a circle of artists creating Indigenous performance. The artistic leadership includes Yolanda Bonnell (Ojibwe-South Asian) and Cole Alvis (Métis) both based in Tkarón:to.

Native Earth Performing Arts is Canada’s oldest professional Indigenous performing arts company. Currently in our 37th year, we are dedicated to developing, producing and presenting professional artistic expressions of the Indigenous experience in Canada.

Through stage productions (theatre, dance and multi-disciplinary art), new script development, apprenticeships and internships, Native Earth seeks to fulfill a community of artistic visions. It is a vision that is inclusive and reflective of the artistic directions of members of the Indigenous community who actively participate in the arts.