Far North DANCE AND DRAMA PROGRAMS
Discover the transformative power of our Far North Dance and Drama Programs by The Travelling Stage. Our dynamic programming for Far North and Remote Communities not only nurtures positive identity and literacy skills among learners but also cultivates performing arts proficiency. Through arts and wellness education, we foster acceptance and self-esteem, addressing bullying in innovative ways. Experience the magic firsthand as Fort Providence, Fort Liard and Fort Simpson communities were enriched with engaging events like ‘Bannock and Books,’ mindfulness sessions, expressive drama, puppetry, dance and more.
“Our people believe in peace. Our people believe in love. We believe in responsibility.” — Niigaan Sinclair
The Travelling Stage
Empowering Education Through Far North Dance and Drama Programs
Join us on our journey as we partner with the Dehcho Divisional Education Council and the Beaufort-Delta Educational Council to extend our reach to 22 remote communities in the upcoming school year. And remember, even in virtual spaces, we can engage your Far North or Remote community no matter where you are in Canada.
CANADA WIDE VIRTUAL OR IN PERSON
FAR NORTH and REMOTE COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Experience the transformative influence of The Travelling Stage’s Far North Dance and Drama Programs. Our mobile dance company empowers students with engaging virtual and in-person experiences, igniting positive identity, literacy skills and performing arts mastery while fostering acceptance and self-esteem. Explore our enriching programs across Ontario and Alberta, with funding opportunities available for schools. Our approach is to listen and learn more than we teach in an effort to facilitate a program rooted in collaboration and a final presentation that engages and empowers your community and beyond.
“Love is something you and I must have. We must have it because our spirit feeds upon it. We must have it because without it we become weak and faint. Without love, our self-esteem weakens. Without it, our courage fails. Without love we can no longer look out confidently at the world.” — Chief Dan George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation of Canada