Teacher Talk on Indigenous Support In The Classroom
Truth and Reconciliation
Youth & teens
Join Dallas Yellowfly and Alysha Collie of 3 Crows Productions and other community members in a talk about conversations around Indigenous Support in the classroom. A part of a series of Indigenous-Led Ancillary Events surrounding CTYP's presentation of Manitoba Theatre for Young People's Frozen River. Our Frozen River Ancillary Events are generously supported by CMHC Granville Island, Vancouver International Kids Festival, Vancouver International Writers Festival, and Vancouver Fringe. Original Artwork Drawn by Julie Mclaughlin, Graphic Design by Hartley Reed Schuyler.
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Carousel Theatre for Young People
Carousel Theatre for Young People (est. 1976) empowers young people and families through playful, imaginative and accessible theatre experiences that develop emotional literacy. CTYP uses theatre arts to inspire, support and encourage the healthy development of young people in their journey to become healthy, confident, well rounded, compassionate human beings. We envision a community that empowers young people to be imaginative, expressive and engaged. We are the only company in BC that presents a season of professional local, national, and international plays for young audiences, commissions new works, mentors emerging artists in the field, and offers a robust drama school for ages 3 to 17. CTYP creates and performs on the beautiful ancestral, traditional, and unceded territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam Nations. Located on Granville Island, we are a gathering place for artists and young people at the crossroads of imagination and possibility. Our commitment to artistic excellence has resulted in a strong reputation as Vancouver’s professional mainstage TYA company, a growing, loyal audience base, and numerous Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards, including seven nominations and four wins in 2022.
1411 Cartwright Street
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.