Northern Stage is thrilled to deepen and expand our engagement with our communities through a series of curated conversations bringing audiences, artists and community leaders together. All events are FREE and open to the public; we encourage you to RSVP. In the 2021-2022 season, some of the events will be held virtually, please click on the individual event description for exact details.
The events in this series include:
Community Date – An anti-racism town hall on a topic relevant to a production
Director’s Cut – A before the show conversation with the director and design team, giving you a deeper understanding of the creative process and choices for the production
Spot On – A lecture by an academic or community expert on a topic related to the production
Post-Show Talkback – An informal conversation with the cast following the performance
Estefania Fadul (director of Kamloopa) and
Jasmine Rochelle Goodspeed (Kamloopa actor)
Ria Nez (Kamloopa actor)
WAM Theatre in the Berkshires presents a digital streaming of Kamloopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story by Kim Senklip Harvey and directed by Estefanía Fadul. This high energy comedy follows two Indigenous sisters as they explore what it means to honor who they are and where they come from. Join Northern Stage in streaming this production during the first week of November and then join us on November 3rd for a community conversation with the artists on decolonizing the rehearsal process and the experience of bringing this story to life both live and digitally.
ADMISSION IS FREE
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Kamploopa: An Indigenous Matriarch Story
Streaming November 1 through 7