OUTSTANDING INNOVATIVE & IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING
OUSTANDING LEAD ACTOR (DARRELL DENNIS)
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION OF THE YEAR (LARGE THEATRE)
A remote property is up for grabs.
You decide how events unfold.
An urban couple are on a week-long getaway to visit her father at his vast, rural estate.
But they find a local Indigenous man staying there instead -
claiming that the colonial rights to this unceded property are up for grabs.
With humor, suspense and a race against time, Inheritance puts the power in the palms of its audience.
At key moments, you pick the path the play takes next, ultimately deciding its outcome ...
Director: Herbie Barnes
written & performed by
Daniel Arnold, Darrell Dennis and Medina Hahn
Also featuring: Michelle Bardach, Lois Anderson, and Tom McBeath
Sound Designer & Composer: Mary Jane Paquette
Set Designer: Lauchlin Johnston
Props Designer: Bill Beauregarde
Lighting Designer: Jill White
Costume Designer: Carmen Thompson
Production Manager & Technical Director: Mimi Abrahams
Associate Production Manager: Andrew Pye
Stage Manager: Yvonne Yip
Apprentice Stage Manager: Diana Bartosh
Additional Team members:
Post Show Facilitator: Renae Morriseau
Secwepemc Creative Advisors: Mayuk Manuel and Percy Casper
Outreach & Engagement Coordinator: Eugene Crain
Research & Evaluation Leader: Jennica Nichols
Emotional Support Worker: Ray Thunderchild
Advocacy & Advisory Council: Maxine Matilpi (Project Lead, Revitalizing Indigenous Law for Land, Air and Water (RELAW) West Coast Environmental Law), Kathleen Cunningham and Krista James (BC Law Institute), Susan Spratt (Council of Canadians), Stephen Mussell (lawyer with Mandell-Pinder), Justin B Neal (TESTIFY Indigenous Law & Arts collective), Fawn Adolph (Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre)
Local Territory Advisors: Shane Pointe, Musqueam; Agi Mathias Paul, Squamish; Charlene Aleck, Tsleil-Waututh
ENGAGEMENT RESOURCES AND TOOLS:
VIDEOS, PICTURES, REVIEWS & RESPONSE:
INTERACTIVE SCRIPT SAMPLE:
(Open with Adobe Acrobat for interactivity)
PLAY INSPIRES AUDIENCE MEMBER TO REWRITE THEIR WILL: