For our second installment of Community Features, we’ve reached out to Dawson resident Kelly Vittrekwa who will be performing at 7 PM tomorrow in the virtual play ‘Dominion’, with Gwaandak Theatre as part of the free 2020 Indigenous Summer Play Readings.
Kelly shares her passion for performing arts, her first forays into the wild world of Boardwalk Burlesque, and her very first job – working at the Palace Grand Theatre at sixteen years old!
The Dawson City Music Festival Association is excited to present the 2020 Songwriter in Residence, Owen Steel, live in concert in the KIAC Ballroom, Saturday January 25th, 2020. Doors at 8 PM, show at 8:30 PM. Admission by Donation.
Becky Johnson of the Sufferettes and writer for Baroness von Sketch Show returns to the Yukon, this time accompanied by Taz VanRassel of The Sunday Service improv troupe from Vancouver BC. With their combined credits, Becky and Taz are experts in improv theatre and will be treating audiences to a night of diverse and heartfelt longform improvisation with a collaboration from Toronto-based technical and multimedia improviser Mark Andrada.
Fri, Jan 17, 5:30 PM
Happy Hour Adult Improv Comedy Workshop with Becky Johnson & Taz VanRassel
Sat, Jan 18. 7:30
$12 KIAC members in advance (at KIAC and Maximilian’s) / $15 general / $20 at the door
Register in advance at KIAC. Admission by Donation
Matthew Cardinal is an indigenous musician based in amiskwaciy (Edmonton, AB). He uses a variety of synthesizers and samplers to create melodic and delicate music that shifts from drones to sparkling dance floor beats.
October 19, 7PM- Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre (Dawson City)
Tickets are $10 Regular Admission, $5 for Youth, Elder and Low-Income
Available at the door only...
The AtG production that started it all, and uprooted opera from the opera house. Our modern adaptation and English translation of the Puccini classic shifted the tale of struggling artists to the present-day, and unfolded entirely inside a historic dive bar in the heart...