Salt Baby

Growing up on the Six Nations native Reserve, Salt Baby never quite fit in, her fair skin and curly hair made her more of a Shirley Temple type than a Pocahontas type. As a young woman, Salt Baby begins to explore her identity. Blood quantum, DNA tests, family trees...What does it mean on the Rez? In the city? Will Alligator ever understand? Will she? With affection and humour, Salt Baby tackles the question of First Nations identity in the 21st century. As Salt Baby says, "It's always different for Indians.”

Written by Falen Johnson 
Directed by Yvette Nolan 

Thu-Sat October 20-22 2016 / 8pm
Sun October 23 matinee / 2pm
$20 / $10 advance | $25 general admission / $15 seniors (60+) & students (with valid student ID) 
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