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August 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 26 @ 7:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 27 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 28 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 29 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

August 30 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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September 2019

CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 3 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 4 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 5 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 6 @ 8:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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CAD $18 – CAD $33

Tshishikushkueu, d’après Bleuets et Abricots

September 7 @ 4:00 pm
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Performances from August 26 - September 7
La Chapelle, 3700, Rue Saint-Dominique
Montreal, QC H2X 2X7 Canada

Within the Native Woman, isn’t there a force that cannot be dominated? She crosses centuries, continents, and reaches us today.

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine adapts her poetry collection Bleuets et Abricots for the stage. Tshishikushkueu, the Woman of Space, is released from silence and claims to reconnect with the Innu population. A process of reconstruction, a migration in a reconquest of oneself and the ancestral Innu culture of the artist. A unique ceremony, where the poem becomes the invocation drum on a stage inhabited by the performer and haunted by ancestors.

Presented at La Chapelle from August 26 – September 7

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