Capitol Theatre celebrates Indigenous talent
This month celebrates Indigenous talent at the Capitol Theatre, including Hoop Dancer and musician Jessica McMann, singer-songwriter iskwē, and eclectic musician Oshki Manitou.
Two documentary screenings explore this area’s relationship to land, water, resources, and Indigenous history and present.
The theatre’s annual Pantomime takes off later this month, with the Prince and the Pauper.
Kyla Hurst, Capitol Theatre Box Office Manager, says the excitement is building for this annual show.
he cast is really working hard. Learning all their lines, songs, and dances. They’ve got a big job, and they are giving it their all,” says Hurst.
Read more about what’s going on this month at the Capitol Theatre, in today’s edition of the Hall Printing Daily Dose as reporter Ari Lord writes about the upcoming events.