Lakes & Streams
To kick off our 2021/22 Season, Edmonton Fringe Theatre and Naheyawin is welcoming Fringers back to three unique Lakes & Streams events exploring the breadth of possibility in hybrid digital/live production through the lens of Hunter & Jacquelyn Cardinal’s Lake of the Strangers.
On December 10, we welcome you to the Westbury Theatre or FringeTV for Lakes & Streams: Jay Gilday Band, featuring the live in-person and livestream musical stylings of Jay’s unmistakeably rich sound on the set of Lake of the Strangers.
On December 11, enjoy an adapted live and live-filmed showing of Hunter & Jacquelyn Cardinal’s award-winning Lake of the Strangers will broadcast from the Westbury Theatre. The production has been adapted for a live/digital hybrid audience since its 2019 debut in the Backstage Theatre, and will again feature performer Hunter Cardinal.
Both events are available for in-person OR online purchase.
ABOUT LAKE OF THE STRANGERS
Set in 1973 in Sucker Creek, Alberta, this is a story of two brothers who embark on their last summer adventure together. The play draws its strength from ancient nehiyaw mythology, deeply personal family history, Cree language and the worldviews kept safe within that language.
This event is in person. You can find tickets for the online performances here: https://tickets.fringetheatre.ca/event/601:3725/
December 10th: Telecoil (t-coil) audio will be available.
December 11th: Live captioning, ASL interpretation, and telecoil (t-coil) audio will be available.