By Crystal St.Pierre Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Carousel Theatre for Young People in Vancouver is getting set to stage FROZEN RIVER NIKWATIN SIPIY, an award-winning play scheduled to run Sept. 28 to Oct. 16 at the Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island. It’s a Manitoba Theatre For Young People Production written by Carrie Costello, Michaela Washburn and Joelle Peters. The play focuses on the issues of reconciliation, environmentalism, and interconnectedness in a way that children five years of age and up will understand. “I’m not sure what (audiences) are going to walk away with, but I hope they enjoy the storytelling. I hope they come away with questions,” said Metis-Cree director Katie German. The story begins with two young girls, age 11, one of Scottish descent and one of Swampy-Cree. They
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