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This is the story of Eva, a Cree teenage girl, and her journey through the maze of a White Man’s high school.
In a hilarious new work from emerging First Nations artist Darla Contois, Eva goes on a quest for identity and spirituality through the hallways of teen angst, racism, and an evil prom queen. Both poetic and humorous, White Man’s Indian is a moving story of memory, courage, alienation, and belonging.
Written and Performed by Darla Contois; Direction and Dramaturgy by Ed Roy; Costume Design by Gabriella Caruso; Lighting and Set Design by Kimberly Purtell; Sound Design by Lyon Smith; Stage Managed by Deborah Ann Frankel; Produced by WMI Collective (Darla Contois and Ed Roy)
photo by Peatr Thomas