Almighty Voice and His Wife

Almighty Voice and His Wife

February 1st – 4th 2012
The Waterfront Theatre

SPECIAL PERFORMANCES:               Matinees - Sat February 4, 4pm

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by Daniel David Moses

One of the great plays of Canadian theatre, Almighty Voice and His Wife tells the story of a Cree man arrested for killing a cow without a license. In his escape, Almighty Voice becomes a martyr and a legend. Penned by Daniel David Moses, one of Canada’s premiere playwrights, this uncompromising work challenges with both story and form. Native Earth Performing Arts’ revival of this 1991 work has been touring since 2009, and has garnered rave reviews nationally and internationally. Part of the 2012 PuSh Festival, which will have a focus on First Nations work.

“Moses is a coroner of the theatre who slices open the human heart”
The Globe and Mail

Daniel David Moses is a registered Delaware Indian from Six Nations lands on the Grand River. He teaches playwriting in the Department of Drama at Queen’s University in Kingston. His plays include Coyote City, a nominee for the 1991 Governor General’s Literary Award for Drama, The Indian Medicine Shows, a winner of the James Buller Memorial Award for Excellence in Aboriginal Theatre, and The Dreaming Beauty, First Prize Winner in the One Act Category of the 1990 Theatre Canada National Playwriting Competition. He is also the author of Delicate Bodies and Sixteen Jesuses, and co-editor of the Oxford University Press book An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English, 3rd Edition, 2005. His most recent publications are Pursued by a Bear, Talks, Monologues, and Tales (2005) and Kyotopolis (2008), both from Exile Editions.

Production Credits

Photo of Michael Greyeyes by Nadya Kwandibens

A Native Earth Performing Arts Production
Presented by the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Pi Theatre and Touchstone Theatre

Directed by Michael Greyeyes
Cast: Derek Garza and PJ Prudat

Set and Costume Design by Jackie Chau
Sound Design by Richard Lee
Assistant Sound Design by Lindsay Naft
Lighting Design by David DeGrow
Stage Management by Richard Cliff
Production Management by David DeGrow
Vocal Direction and Arrangements by Wayne Gwillim
Ending song “Dreaming” by Jennifer Kreisberg