Almighty Voice and His Wife by Daniel David Moses

2010/2011 Season

All it took was one dead cow to turn a game of Redcoats and Wild Indians into a fight for survival in 19th century Saskatchewan…

Wanted: Indian Outlaw, for the unauthorized slaughtering of a cow and murder of a Mountie.
Reward: A show that will leave you breathless!

Written by Daniel David Moses • Directed by Michael Greyeyes

Featuring:  Derek Garza & Paula Jean Prudat

Set/Costume Desiner: Jackie Cau
Sound Designer: Richard Lee
Assistant Sound Designer: Linday Naft
Lighting Designer: David DeGrow
Stage Manager: Richard Cliff
Production Manager: David DeGrow
Associate Production Manager: Cole J Alvis
Vocal Direction & Arrangements: Wayne Gwillim

In Winnipeg: November 4–14, 2010
Rachel Browne Theatre – 211 Bannatyne

A Manito Ahbee Event!

In Brandon: November 17–18, 2010

Evans Theatre, Brandon University Campus

With striking imagery and the poetry of the Prairie landscape, Moses’ achingly sad & grim humored play about the absurdity of colonialism provokes the consciousness and turns the minstrel show on its head.

“drenched in poetic power and human grace and dignity, so informed by wit and whimsy, and so utterly unforgettable.”
—Colin Taylor, Artistic Producer, Theatre WUM

Daniel David Moses is a registered Delaware Indian from Six Nations lands on the Grand River. One of Canada’s most acclaimed and prolific writers, his plays include Coyote City, The Indian Medicine Shows and The Dreaming Beauty. He is also the author of Delicate Bodies and Sixteen Jesuses, Pursued by a Bear, Talks, Monologues, and Tales (2005) and Kyotopolis (2008).