One-person play, Bloodline, examines Indian Act harms
Co-written by Albert Dumont and Phil Jenkins
This one-person play examines the harms of the Indian Act and was performed on May 26, 2022, at tadafestival at the La Fab Sur Mill in Chelsea, QC, and in Ottawa on July 20th at the Christ Church Cathedral.
When will this play be performed in Ottawa again?
Soon, we hope! Stay tuned for more information!
How do I get tickets?
Once we have a date for the next show, a limited number of tickets will be on sale. Email Pamela to inquire and order your tickets!
How much do tickets cost?
The suggested donation to see the play is $20. If you wear your "Healing begins now" orange shirt, the donation is $10! Don't have a shirt but want one? Order a shirt and a ticket for $40. Anyone who wishes can donate more than this amount. Students and people who do not have the means to pay the full amount can email Pamela to work something out.
Want to sponsor Bloodline?
If you are interested in supporting reconciliation by sponsoring the play, please email Pamela for more information.
Did you see Bloodline? Send us a review of the play!
Did you see Bloodline? We would love to hear from you! Please email Lisa with your review.
How do I find out more about the play?
Read about the play in The Ottawa Citizen
Listen to Albert Dumont in conversation with Hallie Cotnam on CBC Ottawa Morning