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Saturday February 29 2020 at 4:00 PM
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× CREATED AND PRODUCED BY SANTEE SMITH, CO-PRESENTED WITH KAHA:WI DANCE THEATRE

Created by award-winning dance artist Santee Smith, THE MUSH HOLE is a powerfuland timely performance that uses song, dance and theatre to explore the lives and sprirts of children who were forced to attend Ontario's Mohawk Institute residential school.

"...reflects the realities of the Mohawk Institute residential school experience and offers a way to pen dialogue and to heal, throught acknowledgement and honouring the speirit of Survivors and families that were impactd." -Santee Smith

Content Advisory: This Production is a theatrical portrayal of the environment and experiences at the Mohawk Institute - Canada's first Residential School. The performance contains depictions of physical, sexual abuse, drinking of alcohol and emotional trauma. A herbal cigarette is briefly lit on stage.

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MTYP Mainstage Theatre
2 Forks Market Road
Winnipeg MB R3C 4X1


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