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37. Redpatch
37. Redpatch

The Vancouver Writers Fest presents
37. Redpatch


Capturing the under-represented realities of Indigenous soldiers in WWI, this dynamic multimedia presentation takes audiences into the unique creative process behind a moving play and graphic novel.

An explosive graphic novel, Redpatch is a potent and necessary perspective on Canadian involvement in WWI. Following a young Métis soldier from Vancouver Island to the trenches of France, Redpatch confronts the horrors of war—bringing the under-represented contributions of over four thousand Indigenous soldiers to life. In a high-energy multimedia presentation, co-authors Raes Calvert and Sean Harris Oliver share the creation process of the graphic novel, including video footage from a once in a lifetime research trip to Nootka Island. It’s both a fascinating glimpse into a unique creative process and powerful demonstration on making history immediate, accurate and eye-opening for our times.

Suitable for grades 8-12 and adults.

Thursday, October 24 at 1:00pm
Waterfront Theatre, 1412 Cartwright St

Ticket Prices
$20 - Regular
$18 - Members/Seniors
$15 - Youth (under 30)

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