Kaha:wi Dance Theatre: Requickening
Friday September 15, 2017  7:30pm - 9:30pm (2 Hours )
Music Dance Wheelchair Accessible Family Friendly

mk@kingstheatre.ca
(902) 532-7704

Doors Open at 6:45pm

Provoking, conceptual and visceral Re-Quickening is a timely call for reawakening the intact feminine. Through bold imagery, sound and embodied Indigenous narratives, it is a re-affirmation of life and sovereignty of female voice and body.

Re-storying into balance Re-Quickening is a new women’s renewal ceremony. Conceived through an Indigenous creation process, it’s a spiritual resurgence, a piecing together of shards of knowledge, tipping colonialism on its head. The performance touches and moves forward through themes of dislocation from land, body and voice, the history of violence against Indigenous women since contact, residential schools, assimilative process of the Indian Act towards reclaiming women’s medicine, power and connection to land and creative force.

Re-Quickening is led by a powerhouse team of women collaborators: Santee Smith, Monique Mojica, Marina Acevedo (MX), Frances Rings (AU), Louise Potiki-Bryant (NZ), Bianca Hyslop (NZ), Nancy Wijohn (NZ) guided by the words of Leanne Simpson, Christi Belcourt, Alva Jamieson, Leigh Smith and Marie Campbell.

Members: $24, Advance: $26, Door: $28, Youth/Student: $8
All prices include HST



Kings Theatre
209 St George Street
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

kingsfilmsociety@gmail.com
902-532-7704

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Kings Theatre 902-532-7704 209 St George Street Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia B0S 1A0