Details:


Written and directed by Roy Lewis
Starring Roy Lewis
Creative Adviser Marti Maraden

Dates: September 8-11, 2021 at 6pm
Venue: The backyard of a private residence,
located at 59 Shanty Bay Road, Barrie.

Summary:

“Roy Lewis instills so much joy in the telling, makes the words sound delicious and makes us fall in love with the beguiling Nat Love.” – Lynn Slotkin, The Slotkin Letter
 
Poet, actor, storyteller, Roy Lewis takes us on a cattle drive with legendary African American cowboy and raconteur Nat Love. Join Roy as we explore together this forgotten history of the late 19th century, from the end of American Civil War, the freeing the African Slaves, the expansion of the Railroad and the killing of the buffalo. This is an impressionistic vision in prose song and poetry. I See The Crimson Wave is a vivid reimagining of the old west which comes to life in the captivating persona of Roy Lewis.

Maximum audience capacity per performance: 14
If your performance is full, please email boxoffice@tift.ca to be added to the waiting list.

Performance Duration: 55 minutes

 

Admission is FREE!

 

FREE ADMISSION POLICY

A security charge of $0.01 CAD is required to validate booking. Patrons can cancel or reschedule up to 4 hours before the performance without charge. Please email admin@tift.ca to make any changes.

In the event a patron fails to cancel or make alternate changes and does not attend the performance, a $25.00 charge will be applied per ticket to the patron’s credit card. This charge will be used as a donation to the theatre and a tax receipt will be issued.

Limit: 4 tickets per performance and 24 tickets per order.


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