Sam Bob and Shekhar Paleja; Image by Emily Cooper
SAVAGE SOCIETY (VANCOUVER)
Little Red Warrior and His Lawyer
WRITTEN & DIRECTED BY KEVIN LORING
“In Trickster Stories, no one walks away unscathed.”—Kevin Loring, Director & Writer
From director and Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Kevin Loring of the Nlaka’pamux Nation comes a wickedly funny satire about power, politics, and procreation. Little Red Warrior, the last remaining member of the Little Red Warrior First Nation, discovers construction has begun on his ancestral lands. In a fit of rage, he attacks an engineer, gets arrested, thrown in jail, and assigned a court-appointed lawyer, Larry. Much to the dismay of his wife, Larry invites a displaced Little Red Warrior to stay with them. But when you invite a coyote into your coop, he might just walk away with your chickens.
Single Ticket Prices (starting at):
Section A+: $49
Section A: $42
Section B: $35
Section C: $26
Section D: Front row is $10 as per map
MAR 3-5, 8-12: 7:30 PM
MAR 6, 12, 13: 2:00 PM
639 Commercial Dr.
A Savage Society and Belfry joint production in collaboration with the National Arts Centre Indigenous Theatre
Director & Writer: Kevin Loring
Assistant Director: Tai Amy Grauman
Nick Miami Benz
Set and Props Design by John Doucet
Lighting Design by Jeff Harrison
Costume Design by Samantha McCue
Sound Design by Troy Slocum
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from the director
Sam Bob and Shekhar Paleja; Image by Emily Cooper in consultation with Kevin Loring
“I wanted to tell a Story about Land Claims from the perspective of snk̓ y̓ép, Coyote, our sacred profane Trickster, as told in the Nlaka’pamux Story Traditions...What would Coyote do if his Lands were being threatened?”
—Kevin Loring, Director & Writer