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Staging Coyote's Dream Volume 3

Staging Coyote's Dream Volume 3

Expected to ship: 2024-06-18

Table of contents

Deer Woman by Tara Beagan, with an introduction by Jill Carter

Finding Wolastoq Voice by Samaqani Cocahq-Natalie Sappier, with an introduction by Andy Moro

Blood Tides by Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, with an introduction by Ngāhuia Murphy

Contraries: A Chamber Requiem by Spy Dénommé-Welch and Catherine Magowan, with an introduction by Jean Becker

Material Witness by Spiderwoman Theater and Aanmitaagzi, with an introduction by Penny Couchie and Muriel Miguel

Izzie M.: The Alchemy of Enfreakment by Monique Mojica, with an introduction by Jenn Cole

My Sister’s Rage by Yolanda Bonnell, with an introduction by Aria Evans

Description

On the twentieth anniversary of its first volume, Staging Coyote’s Dream Volume III is a curated collection of new works rooted in Indigenous values, aesthetics, and narrative structures. Inspired by their own dramaturgical practices and current conversations in contemporary theatre creation, co-editors Monique Mojica and Lindsay Lachance identify the invaluable and understudied ways that many Indigenous theatre artists are creating culturally specific dramaturgical processes and shifting the paradigm for what is considered “text.” By presenting models for relational theatre-making and land-based explorations outside the traditional “well-made-play” structure, Staging Coyote’s Dream Volume III is more than just a collection of plays; it offers strategies and tools for how Indigenous artists can reimagine the structures of new-play development and performance on Turtle Island.

An anthology that identifies and highlights a vast array of anti-colonial performing arts processes, including reclamation, embodiment, and community-engaged work—to name only a few—Mojica and Lachance gather the works of artists leading these practices to not only honour how their plays are expanding dramaturgy, but to build Indigenous performance literacies for all practitioners creating on Turtle Island.