Hailed by the Montreal Gazette as one of Canada’s leading Native dramatists, Drew Hayden Taylor writes for the screen as well as the stage and contributes regularly to North American Native periodicals and national newspapers. His plays have garnered many prestigious awards, and his beguiling and perceptive storytelling style has enthralled audiences in Canada, the United States and Germany. One of his most established bodies of work includes what he calls the Blues Quartet, an ongoing, outrageous and often farcical examination of Native and non-Native stereotypes.
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…one of Canada’s leading Indigenous playwrights, Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion explores … forms of Canadian colonialism. Bobby Rabbit, Sir John A’s irked, Anishinaabe main character, in a fit of … him on a “sojourn of justice”: to dig up Sir John A. Macdonald’s bones and hold them for ransom. … a bad breakup, with conflicting ideas about Sir John A’s place in Canadian history. Not to be left out … Ottawa, shows up with opinions of his own. Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion is a …
…and The Girl Who Swam Forever , out recently, and Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion ., Seven …