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Women of Papiyek

Generations of European and Indigenous mixed race families lived in Papiyek (now called Brockton Point in Stanley Park) before being evicted from their homes and forced to re-locate. This is the story of three Indigenous women who lived in Papiyek at the turn of the 20th century.

All readings at Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street (Granville Island), Vancouver; admission by donation. No cash. Masks required. ALL READINGS WILL ALSO BE LIVE STREAMED to Ruby Slippers Theatre’s youtube channel.

Advance Theatre: New Works by Diverse Women is produced in partnership with Playwrights Guild of Canada and Vancouver Fringe Festival. This is your Advance notice: Female-identifying Indigenous artists are taking the stage.

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