On stage musician Alex Lamoureux does a little dance prior to hitting the stage in a school somewhere in southern Ontario. You go Alex!!!
Theatre production a catalyst for Aboriginal perspectives in 75 southern Ontario communities For Immediate Release – March 30, 2015 LONDON, ON – A theatre and professional development/learning initiative, that will bring Aboriginal perspectives to elementary students and teachers at public and First Nations schools in 75 southern Ontario communities, was launched today in the presence […]
I would like to congratulate ETFO on presenting ‘Spirit Horse’ – a play adapted by Drew Hayden Taylor. I was fortunate to be able to see this with my junior class in 2010. Of all the events I took a class to, this one engendered the most thoughtful discussion once we were back in the […]
The ETFO Spring 2015 Tour of Spirit Horse has been featured on the Indigenous Performing Arts Alliance website. The IPAA is dedicated to developing a broader appreciation for the Indigenous performing arts in Canada.
For Immediate Release- March 20, 2015 Toronto, ON – This year’s theme for the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination on March 21st is “Learning from historical tragedies to combat racism today”. Canadians have much work to do through education and government action to address the ongoing legacy of racism against Aboriginal people. […]
The 2015 southern Ontario tour of Spirit Horse begins March 30th in London, Ontario. The cast and stage manager will be blogging as they tour southward from Huntsville, encompassing Cornwall in the east of Ontario, to Sarnia in the west and onto Windsor. Visit this website often to get the latest news from the […]