The Scrubbing Project

The Scrubbing Project

Venue:

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre: 140 Charlotte St, Peterborough

Performances:

November 19, 2005

1:00 am

Tickets:

$15 / $12 for students, seniors, underemployed.
Call 745-1788 to reserve.

Co-production with Native Earth Performing Arts, in collaboration with O’Kaadenigan Wiingashk Collective

Directed by Muriel Miguel; Written and Performed by Jani Lauzon, Monique Mojica, and Michelle St. John

The Turtle Gals are a performance ensemble made up of 3 veteran theatre artists: Jani Lauzon, Monique Mojica and Michelle St. John. First performed in 2002, The Scrubbing Project is an exploration of self-effacing and self-erasing, derived from the impulse of wanting to scrub and cleanse oneself of one’s colour; of one’s own skin. It effectively juxtaposes grief with the hilarity and absurdities of being three mixed-blood Native women at the turn of the 21st century.

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