naⱡa is a grammar device used in the Ktunaxa Language in where adding it to a word implies plural, we, or many. This piece follows four characters representing four branches of one soul. How does our environment and the people we are around, shift our behaviours and self-presentation? What occurs when the four branches intersect?
This new ensemble work seeks to unravel the intricacies and multiplicities of identity within each one of us.
Supported by The Toronto Arts Council, and The National Ballet of Canada CreativAction Program
Co-produced by O.Dela Arts
Choreographed by Samantha Sutherland
Performed by Cody Berry, Zachary Cardwell, Katie Couchie, and Kristin DeAmorim
Sound by Sophie Dow
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