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Volunteers Helping Sunnyside Cleaning up the streets after the the flood.
The Signing of Treaty 7 Many of the First People who signed the treaty did not know what they were agreeing to – or what they were giving away. We can face the issues of Treaty better if we recognize the stories of how they came to be signed.
Images of China This shadow play was created with the grade 4 students at Highwood School in Calgary. it was performed at the Jubilee Auditorium for Chinese New year in 2015.
Where I Receive a Gift – Peigan School Residency – Trickster Theatre A short documentary on the Trickster residency at Peigan School on the Piikani Nation. The show follows a student on a Vision Quest.
Reconciliation – It can’t start without you This is a story about the need for Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples.
Preventing floods In Calgary The students explore ways to prevent floods in Calgary. This was created a year after the Big Flood.
Rising Above: Sunnyside & the Flood of 2013 Documentary – Trickster Theatre This documentary tells the story of creating a show with the school and community in Sunnyside a year after the flood.
Storytelling in Fort Chipewyan – mini-documentary This video looks at creating a show in a week in Fort Chipewyan. It explores storytelling in the north.
Helping Homeless A short play about helping out people in need. A group of business people decide to provide loans to people in need. This is a Kids Go Global play created at Sedgwick School.
This Field Trip is “In Tents” The Grade 6 class of Cayley School find themselves stranded in the woods with only a plastic sheet to keep them dry. With dwindling supplies, the students need to use their governance skills to find a way of working together that suits everyone.
The Making of the Confederation Bridge The students of Father Doucet School create a show about the making of the Confederation Bridge.
Would You Look For Me Students from Hugh Sutherland in Carstairs Alberta, examine the issues of missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada in “Would You Look For Me?” ***Warning: This video contains material that some people may find triggering***
Storytelling Through Theatre Trickster Theatre’s “Storytelling Through Theatre” program teaches students how to write through visual prompts and physical movement.
Making of 100 Years Together The story of creating a show with Ramsay School about 100 years of the Stampede as seen through kids eyes. It marks the 100 anniversary of both the school and the Stampede.
Hutterite Life Created with students from the Granum Hutterite Colony and performed at Granum School as part of the 2005 Alberta Centennial show.
Kick the Habit Students from Ermineskin Elementary show us the importance of a smoke free life in “Kick the Habit.”
The Difference Between Two Worlds This theatre piece was the result of a week-long collaboration between Trickster Artists and 30 Junior High Students. It explores residential schools, colonization and the challenge of two world views coming together.
The Black and White Thief A story about going to a camp and having to let go of electronic devices for a few days. Created at Nakoda School in Morley.
150 Years of Art in Canada This mini-doc tells the story of creating a show about Canadian Art at Dr. Martha Cohen School.
Granum Burns The town of Granum has burnt more than once. This Black Light show was created by Granum School students.
Rungs and Rights Using ladders, students at Cayley School close the gap and find the balance between diverse world views in Canada.
Creation of Digital Work – McKenzie Towne School – FLEX 2014-15 – Highlight This documentary show some videos on global issues created by Grade 4 students. The work is really good!
50 Year Celebration Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Horace Allen School in Coleman Alberta.
The Kids Go Global Experience Sedgewick School is a K-12 school in Central Alberta. The video looks at how those classes created a show on global themes and used the website to support and document the process.