Come along for the ride to KAMLOOPA, the largest powwow on the West Coast. This high energy story follows two urban Indigenous sisters and their encounter with a spirited shapeshifter. Together, they battle to come to terms with what it means to honor who they are and where they come from. But how do you discover yourself when Columbus already did? Bear witness to the courage of these women in the ultimate transformation story, as they turn to the ancestors for help to reclaim their power.
In 2018, KAMLOOPAhad a 3 city world premierIe in Canada and was nominated for 8 Jessie Richardson awards and 4 SATAwards. The production won the 2019 Jessie Richardson award for Significant Artistic Achievement for Decolonizing Theatre Practices and Spaces and was the first Indigenous play in the Jessie Richardson’s history, to win Best Production. KAMLOOPA also won the SATA award for outstanding Projection Design. Senklip Harvey was the 2019 recipient of the Sydney J Risk prize for most outstanding emerging playwright.