Featuring poetry, music, contemporary and traditional dance, the show is inspired by the life of Chief Vincent Yellow Old Woman and his experience as a child in residential school, how he reclaimed his way of life and became chief of his people.

“New Blood" – A Story of Reconciliation

Date: May 6, 2019
Time: 7 pm - 9 pm
Location: Fine-Arts Centre

NEW BLOOD blends Blackfoot music and contemporary music by Peter Gabriel to create an amazing piece of theatre celebrating Blackfoot history and traditions.

Featuring poetry, music, contemporary and traditional dance, the show is inspired by the life of Chief Vincent Yellow Old Woman and his experience as a child in residential school, how he reclaimed his way of life and became chief of his people.

Artists include painters George Littlechild and Doug Levitt, drummers Skip WolfLeg and Chris Eagle Rib, vocalist Sho Blunderfield, and numerous actors and dancers including Hayden Cutter playing the role of his grandfather, the Chief.

DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 PM. SEATING AT 6:30 PM. PERFORMANCE STARTS AT 7:00 PM. RUSH SEATING

Admission: $20 for adults;

STUDENTS: All Olds and area students and Olds College students may attend this performance free of charge. PLEASE BRING YOUR STUDENT ID along with your free ticket to the event.

Tickets must be reserved in advance and are available via the following link: https://newblood2019.eventbrite.ca