"Where Have All the Buffalo Gone?" Play Seeks Talent
ONLY LOCAL TALENT WILL BE ACCEPTED. The play "Where Have All the Buffalo Gone?" is currently in need of performers. Please, see the details below. Rate: All artists will be engaged under a CTA form of contract, specifically Article 55:00 Theatre for Young Audiences. Submissions from Equity and non-Equity performers are welcome. All performers who work with the Theatre are required to get a Vulnerable Sector Criminal Record Check (paid for by the theater if you don't have a valid one). Additional information: Accepting submissions from Vancouver/Lower Mainland based performers. Rehearsal starting March 11th 2024 first Show April 2nd 2024 ending April 6 2024. Equity members will be seen first at all open audition calls. Equity members cast in this production will be engaged under an Equity form of contract. Please bring your membership card to the audition. If you're interested, please apply.
A Metis woman. She lives through 4 love stories alongside NAPEW. She shows us the struggle to protect their people and celebrate their resilient sovereignty as Métis women. She is a hunter, mother, farmer and the girl next door.
A Metis man. He is a star traveler who comes to the prairies and lives through 4 love stories alongside ISKWEWO. He is timeless yet rooted in history. He exists during the emergence of the Métis nations across the plains, the robust colonization that arises from the buffalo fur trade and the political uprising of the Métis association of Alberta in the 1930s. He is a leader, a romantic, a voyageur, a trapper, a politician and the boy next door.