Savage Society presents a reading of LITTLE RED WARRIOR AND HIS LAWYER on Feb. 17

As part of the Skookum Series presented in partnership with Massey Theatre, Savage Society is happy to present a reading of Little Red Warrior and His Lawyer, a play written and directed by Kevin Loring. The reading will take place in the Plaskett Gallery in Massey Theatre at 7pm on Sunday, Feb. 17. Admission is free, and childminding will be provided.

Little Red Warrior and His Lawyer is a satirical fable about power, politics and procreation. Little Red is the last remaining member of his tribe. One day while heading into town, Little Red discovers that the development firm Smith, Smyth and Goldsmithe has violated his traditional territory. Enraged, he attacks one of their engineers, is arrested and assigned a court-appointed lawyer. Since Red no longer has a place to stay, the lawyer and his wife invite him to stay with them. But as they soon find out, when you invite a coyote into the coop, don't be surprised if he walks away with your chickens.

BONUS: Kevin Loring will be in attendance on Feb. 17 for a talkback after the reading.

CAST: Sam Bob Dave Deveau Craig Erickson Luisa Jojic Shekhar Paleja Stage Manager: Jan Hodgson Production Assistant: Brody Halfe

About Kevin Loring: A member of the Nlaka'pamux Nation from the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia. Kevin is an award winning Actor, Playwright and Producer. He is a professional Actor of the stage and screen, an award winning documentarian, is the Artistic Director of Savage Society and is the Artistic Director, Indigenous Theatre for the National Arts Centre / Centre national des Arts WHEN: Sunday, Feb. 17, 2019 at 7pm WHERE: Plaskett Gallery at Massey Theatre (735 Eighth Ave, New Westminster) COST: Free! Just show up! For more information about this playreading series, check out the Skookum Series page.

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