Wed, Oct 12|
Chatham Capitol Theatre
The Mush Hole
The story of Canada's first residential school, the Mohawk Institute - aka the "Mush Hole"...
Time & Location
Oct 12, 2022, 6:00 p.m.
Chatham Capitol Theatre, 238 King St W, Chatham, ON N7M 1E7, Canada
About the Event
The story of Canada’s first Indian Residential school, the Mohawk Institute (aka “The Mush Hole”), honours the resilience, courage and strength of residential-school survivors. This award-winning theatre piece created by Six Nations choreographer Santee Smith is performed by the internationally acclaimed Kaha:wi Dance Theatre. Visceral performances by an all-Indigenous cast, cinematic imagery and a haunting musical score transport audiences into the bricks and mortar of the school, in an unforgettable story about finding hope and light in the darkest of places. Presented in partnership with the St. Clair Catholic District School Board (Mature content: recommended for ages 13+).
Tickets $10* +Handling Fee
For school bookings, please contact Cortnee Goure at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Special thanks to CK Employment and Social Services and the St. Clair Catholic District School Board for providing funding in support of this event. Their gracious support allows us to offer this performance at a special price of $10 per ticket.