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God's Lake

A Play by Francesca Albright & Kevin Lee Burton

Inspired by the mysterious death of a young Cree woman, "God’s Lake" is an original work of documentary theatre that addresses the issue of safety for young Indigenous women and girls living on isolated First Nation reserves. This workshop production will stage the lived experiences of people from the fly-in community of God’s Lake Narrows, Manitoba. The play uses the words of real people, verbatim from interviews conducted over six months in 2017 in the community. "God's Lake" is a collaboration between playwright Francesca Albright and award-winning filmmaker Kevin Lee Burton. Directed by Atomic Vaudeville's Britt Small. Dramaturgy by Gordon Pengilly. Production Design by James Insell.

Produced by Castlereigh Theatre Project. Featuring: Nick Benz, Nyla Carpentier, Taran Kootenhayoo, Frances Koncan and Erica Wilson.

More Information

This event is for ages 14yrs plus. Go to castlereigh.com for more information about God’s Lake or Castlereigh Theatre Project.

Gods Lake_FINAL from Castlereigh Theatre Project on Vimeo.

Ticket Pricing (CAD)
  • General Admission
  • Adult
    $22.00
  • Seniors
    $15.00
  • Students
    $15.00
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