Tales of an Urban Indian

With 'Talk Is Free Theatre' and 'A Mulled Whine'

11 - 12 Jan, 1 - 2.30PM
13 - 14 Jan, 3 - 4.30PM

 Tales of an Urban Indian

A perennial favourite of Canada’s Talk Is Free Theatre, Tales of An Urban Indian has played over 500 performances in locations across Canada, Australia, Argentina, Chile, and Suriname.

Staged entirely on a moving bus, writer Darryl Dennis’ play is about a contemporary indigenous man who grows up on both the reserve and in “big-city” Vancouver. This show conjures up many characters that appear in Simon's life, all played by one actor.

This event starts at Te Pou Theatre, Corban Estate Arts Centre. From there, audience members will board a bus, travel with the performer for the duration of the play, and return to Te Pou Theatre.


By Darrell Dennis. Directed by Herbie Barnes.

Talk Is Free Theatre is an award-winning theatre company based just north of Toronto in Barrie, Canada, and is best known for its over 20-year history of wowing audiences with new creations, unexpected reimaginings of established works, and neglected classics at home and around the globe.

This production was made possible with the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council.


$30.00 + booking fees

Bookings essential.

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Te Pou Theatre
Corban Estate Arts Centre
2 Mt Lebanon Lane