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The Motherlode Musical Theatric Review

The Motherlode Musical Theatric Review
A joint project with Barkerville’s Theatre Royale, The Motherlode was a province-wide hit. This $230,000-plus production had a successful media launch and debuted in Barkerville on May 24, 2008 to rave reviews. The troupe was part of the CP Rail/BC150 “Spirit Train” project, and three months, staged 80 performances and 20 workshops in 45 communities covering over 17,000 kilometres. This high-energy show reached thousands of people with its message of First Nations Reconciliation and the multi-cultural nature of the gold rush, generating print, TV and radio coverage.

“The Canyon War” Feature Documentary

“The Canyon War” Feature Documentary
A landmark documentary that shines light on a shadowy chapter of our shared history, currently in post-production. Produced by an award-winning production crew, including Eva Wunderman of Wunderman Film, this documentary takes you on a wild ride through on a river full of headless corpses, lined by burning villages and fought over by American militias and Indian warriors. Dr. Dan Marshall and Kevin Loring reveal an untold chapter in Canadian history deliberately swept under the carpet for 150 years -- a tale of greed, violence and heroism set against the backdrop of the Fraser River gold rush of 1858.