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VIDEO: Drew Hayden Taylor Interview--Aboriginal Humour

This interview with First Nations playwright Drew Hayden Taylor is about Aboriginal humour. It is originally from TVO’s In Conversation With Allan Gregg. 20 more words

Movie Star, oh Movie Star; or what I've learned from being on Stage

I could never be an actor. I like to write, yes, but I could never be an actor. The first (and last) event in my life that’s come remotely close to acting was me dressed up as one out of twenty elves for a Christmas play that we staged in elementary school. 797 more words


Learn About the Author: Drew Hayden Taylor

Drew Hayden Taylor is the author of the play we are reading, The Bootlegger Blues.

Today you will do some research on Drew Hayden Taylor to find out more about his life. 51 more words

Drew Hayden Taylor

Book review: The Night Wanderer: A Graphic Novel by Drew Hayden Taylor

The program I teach in uses a lot of Drew Hayden Taylor’s plays as required reading, so I was eager to check out this graphic novel to see if it would be suitable for our new First Peoples English course. 276 more words


30 // Motorcycles and Sweetgrass

It’s a continual source of frustration for me when the ideas I have don’t match the reality I’m able to produce.  This happens most often with creative ventures, breadmaking, furniture arranging and so on.   209 more words

Centre For Indigenous Theatre's year end production

Come out to see the Centre For Indigenous Theatre’s year end production!

Only Drunks And Children Tell The Truth by Drew Hayden Taylor!

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Centre For Indigenous Theatre

Friday Fiction Feature: It's a Bootlegging Affair

Hello and welcome back to the Friday Fiction Feature!

Tabatha here again to take you through the exiting worlds of romance, danger, adventure, and the scientific endeavors of some bad, old-fashioned bathtub gin. 1,380 more words

Friday Fiction Feature