HOP ON THE BUS This is one bus ride you won’t want to miss. Presentation House Theatre is kicking off its season by heading out on the road: with Royal Canadian Air Farce’s Craig Lauzon tells his character’s darkly comic stories on a moving transit bus. In it, the actor of Ojibwa descent plays Simon Douglas, an Indigenous man raised on a reserve and in 1970s Vancouver—giving a raw, intimate, and unforgettable look at his journey into the city. The show’s nabbed several Dora Mavor Moore Awards and been turned into a film, but this will be its premiere in Vancouver.
Tales of an Urban Indian runs from next Wednesday (September 19) to September 30, starting in the Presentation House Theatre parking lot in North Vancouver.
Tales of an Urban Indian,