Our second play is a Canadian Award Winning Drama, The Hours That Remain by Keith Barker.

A moving, emotionally charged story of loss, bereavement, and unfaltering hope. The Star Phoenix said “this play ingeniously casts light on the issue without making you feel like you’d rather be somewhere else.”

This play confronts the pervasive reality of missing Indigenous women and girls in Canada and the legacy of loss endured by families, friends, community and our society as a whole.

A winner of the Saskatchewan and Area Theatre Award for Excellence in Playwriting and the Yukon Arts Award for Best Art for Social Change.

The creative team is Director Desiree Klause, Assistant Director Natasha Hunt and Stage Manager Tina Kennedy.

They have the support of members of the Grande Prairie Friendship Centre.

“The Hours that Remain was first produced in 2012 as a co-production between by New Harlem Productions, presenting at the Aki Studio in Toronto, ON (the inaugural production) and Gordon Tootoosis Theatre (formally known as the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company) presenting at Studio 914 in Saskatoon, SK.”

The Hours that Remain is produced by permission of the Author and Marquis Literary (Colin Rivers)”

Original Poster Design by Dalen Chmilar.