coral and purple abstract circular graphic with artist from keep mars red in centre


Created by Elizabeth Logue and Brian Sanderson | Produced by Earles Hall Collective, Makwa Productions | Origin: Unceded/ Unsurrendered Territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe - Wakefield Quebec
Atelier Theatre
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In KEEP MARS RED, Sunà, the protagonist is intent on communicating with Mars in order to warn it of the impending doom if earthlings land there, especially earthlings like Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Richard Branson and others. In order to convince people to join her she makes the correlation between what has happened on earth – climate change and colonization and assimilation and stealing of Indigenous /Anishanàbeg resources – to what could happen on Mars. It will take super powers to make contact with Mars before the billionaires do! During her quest to find co-conspirators in her mission she also discovers a lot about her own molecular make-up and realizes it’s also about her own quest to figure out where she belongs. Is she Red-Enough to save the Red Spinning Planet?

Is there any life on Mars to communicate with? How to make contact? This is Sunà’s life’s work.

Join the Keep Mars Red Mission!

Content Notes

Audience Participation. Please note this show uses smudging of sage. For extended content notes, click here.

Discovery Series / Série découverte

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Created by Elizabeth Logue and Brian Sanderson
Performed by Elizabeth Logue
Sound and Lighting Design by Brian Sanderson
Set Design by Kate Douglas
With the support of: Joe Wenkoff, Mista Wasis, Alasdair Gillis, Sheena Turcotte, Simon Neufeld, Audrey Chatelaine

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