Approximate running time: 1 hour and 15 minutes
6450 Deer Lake Avenue
Burnaby BC V5G 2J3
A CASTLEREIGH Theatre Project.
God’s Lake is an original work of documentary theatre about the strength and resilience of the people in the remote fly-in reserve of God’s Lake Narrows, Manitoba following traumatic events of unresolved justice and a complex and challenging past. A rare glimpse into the lived reality of this community is told verbatim from interviews conducted with its members over six months in 2017.
God's Lake is a collaboration between playwright Francesca Albright and award-winning Swampy Cree fimmaker Kevin Lee Burton. Directed by Atomic Vaudeville's Britt Small.
Using bold northern imagery, an original live score by Ziibiwan, and heightened physicality— God’s Lake offers a unique opportunity to witness the complex issues facing people living in a remote community and provides an understanding for those who might have no comprehension of the reserve system, let alone what it’s like to live on a remote First Nations reserve.
Patrons can print E-tickets. Tickets purchased online can be picked up at the Box Office, either during regular Box Office hours, or at Will Call. No refunds on tickets $2.00 fee per ticket for exchanges