by Skyler Anderson and Pete Kytwayhat
Workshop Presentation presented by Globe Theatre
Sandbox Series Sponsored by:
wanisiniwin : The act of losing one’s way or being lost
kwêski-pimâtisiw: He changes his way of life
Billy and Samuel are lost in their search for home. Billy was raised in a violent household while Samuel grew up in foster care. Basketball made them friends but now, violence, jail and death loom over their heads and they must look to each other and their fractured friendship for salvation. Told through the lens of the playwrights’ own lived experience growing up on the Canadian prairies, wanisiniwin / kwêski-pimâtisiw explores male Indigenous friendship and toxic masculinity in a turbulent, hurting world.
Pay-What-You-Can in Advance
A select number of advance pay-what-you-can tickets are available for every performance of wanisiniwin / kwêski-pimâtisiw and can be accessed by calling us at 306.525.6400 or by visiting the Box Office at 1801 Scarth Street. Please mention you are looking for pay-what-you-can tickets when booking your seats. See below for terms and conditions.
Pay-What-You-Can at the Door
Globe Theatre will also hold a limited number of pay-what-you-can tickets for every performance at the door. These tickets will be available for purchase one hour before the performance start time. We strongly encourage booking in advance to avoid disappointment. See below for terms and conditions.
Terms and Conditions
All pay-what-you-can advance tickets are sold on a first-come-first-serve basis. A maximum of four tickets may be booked in advance per person and payment is due at the time of booking. Pay-what-you-can tickets at the door are sold in-person only and only one ticket will be issued per person present. Though these tickets are on a pay-what-you-can basis, Globe Theatre suggests a price of $10 for this production.
Indigenous Initiatives Sponsor: K + S Potash Canada
Commissioning Sponsor: Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
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