Omaagomaan explores the resilience of the Anishinaabe people of Grassy Narrows. Using movement, sound, and storytelling the piece enlivens Omaagomaan – a two-spirit being, and a manifestation of the earth and man-made poisons that have seeped into the environment – forcing audiences to reckon with the ways the manaadizi (ugly) and the onizhishi (beautiful) collide.
Performed by Dora-award winning performer Waawaate Fobister the show is a multi-genre exploration of ways to stitch a fractured landscape back together.
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Created by Waawaate Fobister
Directed & Dramaturged by Troy Emery Twigg
Sound Design & Composition by Marc Meriläinen
Costume Design by Sage Paul
Lighting & Projections Design by jaymez
Relaxed Performance – Sun. April 5 at 2:00pm