Photo Credit: Minowin

The Cultch presents

November 20-24, 2019
Historic Theatre

An innovative multimedia dance work about rebirth and transformation. Integrating narrative, movement, song, and projections, Mînowin connects coastal landscapes with contemporary perspectives of customary Indigenous dance forms.

The Dancers of Damelahamid draw from Indigenous foundational stories to explore and redefine contemporary reflections of Indigenous identity.

“A truly West Coast take on the thriving area of Indigenous contemporary dance.”—The Georgia Straight

Running Time:
70 minutes, no intermission

MinowinTrailerMarch from Dancers of Damelahamid on Vimeo.



Nov 20, 7:30PM: Opening
Nov 21–23: 7:30pm
Nov 21: 1:00pm
Nov 24, 2PM

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Post-show Artist Talkback:
Nov 21


Choreographer: Margaret Grenier
Performers: Margaret Grenier, Nigel Baker-Grenier, Raven Grenier, Rebecca Baker-Grenier, Kristy Janvier, Jeanette Kotowich
Collaborating Director: Charles Koroneho
Set and Visual Designer: Andrew Grenier
Projection and Lighting Designer: Andy Moro
Regalia: Rebecca Baker-Grenier
Dramaturge: Peter Rockford Espiritu
Interactive New Media: Sammy Chien
Collaborating Composer: Ted Hamilton
Collaborating Director of Animation: Dallas Parker
Animation: Kristen Campbell
Indigenous Artwork: David Boxley, Jim Charlie
Cultural Consultants: Elder Betsy Lomax, Lawrence Trottier, Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson, Meghann O’Brien
Technical Director: Jeff Harrison
Stage Manager: Kristina Lemieux

Dancers of Damelahamid:

Executive and Artistic Director: Margaret Grenier
Creative Producer: Andrew Grenier
Outreach Coordinator: Nigel Baker-Grenier
Arts Administrator: Rebecca Baker-Grenier
Collaborating Producer: Eponymous

Dancers of Damelahamid Board of Directors:

President: Kristy Pittman
Vice President: Elder GIna Grant
Secretary Treasurer: Nina Giuliani
Director: Elder Larry Grant
Director: Cole Alvis



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