The Edward Curtis Project | April 2nd – 21st

The Edward Curtis Project

“The Edward Curtis Project…is a phenomenal piece of contemporary theatre.”
- PLANK MAGAZINE

Written and directed by Marie Clements
Based on the original production commissioned and produced by presentation house (Vancouver)
NAC English Theatre / GCTC co-production

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The Road Forward at the PuSh Festival 2013

Red Diva Projects presents
The Road Forward
February 1st, 2013
Club PuSh at Performance Works on Granville Island
1215 Cartwright Street | 19+ | $29 tickets

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Tombs of the Vanishing Indian

Written by Marie Clements & Presented by Native Earth Performing Arts & red diva projects.

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The Road Forward

The Road Forward – 10:00 video is now circulating film festivals throughout North America.

Update: red diva projects is currently in residence with The Vancouver East Cultural Centre for the development of the full length multi-media musical of The Road Forward.

Directed by Marie Clements - The Road Forward was inspired by the groundbreaking movement of the Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, and dedicated to the countless First Nations women who have “disappeared” on B.C.’s Highway of Tears.

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The Road Forward – Order the DVD!

Order your own DVD of The Road Forward! Only $10.00 plus shipping. All proceeds support a scholarship for children of missing and murdered Aboriginal women.



The Road Forward — 10:00 video is now circulating film festivals throughout North America.

Directed by Marie Clements – The Road Forward was inspired by the groundbreaking movement of the Native Brotherhood of British Columbia, and dedicated to the countless First Nations women who have “disappeared” on B.C.’s Highway of Tears.

Featuring: Evan Adams, Byron Chief-Moon, Leela Gilday, Jennifer Kreisberg, Kevin Loring, 
Pura Fé, Ostwelve and Michelle St. John.

With choreography by: Michael Greyeyes and an original sculptural installation by: Connie Watts.

The Road Forward was originally commissioned by the 2010 Cultural Olympiad and presented by The Four Host Nation’s Aboriginal Pavilion as the closing performance, with support from Canada Council for the Arts.

Winner of Best Music VideoAmerican Indian Film Festival

Winner of Best in Show (Audience Award) Native American Film & Video Festival of the Southeast

Top World Music Download- CD Baby

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