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Anna (Janine Turner), a beautiful young woman, allows her brother to arrange her marriage. She travels west to marry Daniel (Patrick Bergin), a man whom she has never met, but on the way is taken prisoner by the Sioux Indians. Their leader, the handsome warrior Tokalah (Michael Greyeyes), is set to kill Anna, until he realizes she is the woman who has come to him repeatedly in his dreams. He spares Anna's life and she continues to travel to Fort Hays where she meets and marries Daniel, the ordinary man her brother has chosen for her.

After only one night with her new husband, Anna and her friend Sarah (Jean Louisa Kelly) are taken hostage by a tribe of Sioux warriors led by Tokolah. They are forced to live like the Sioux, learning their language, dressing like them and adapting to their customs. During this time Tokalah and Anna spend together, they give in to their emotions and, regardless of the consequences, they fall in love.

After a year, the U.S. Cavalry and the Indians are at war and the women are rescued by General Custer. But Anna's heart still longs to be with Tokalah. Will she choose to follow her heart or obey the rules of convention?

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NAC to create indigenous theatre department - CBC.ca

The National Arts Centre in Ottawa announced Thursday it's creating a new Department of Indigenous Theatre as part of its strategic plan for 2015-2020. It's being heralded as a historic move that will finally bring Canada's disparate indigenous... "I really see it as a place where the next great works could be developed," said actor-director Michael Greyeyes, a Plains Cree artistic director of Signal Theatre in Toronto. "There are many countries that have actually had national indigenous theatres, and Canada — one of the most highly developed, wealthiest countries in the world — not having one has been an odd thing because we've had a vibrant theatre community... Seeds planted 10 years ago The NAC says the seeds for the idea were first planted 10 years ago, when Peter Hinton was artistic director and programmed indigenous work into every season. Greyeyes, who also teaches at York University's Department of Theatre, was among those who took part in the NAC's 2014 summit in Banff, Alta. 'Astounding' body of work When the NAC conducted a study looking at the artistic projects of Canada's indigenous population, it found "the body of work was astounding. "Even us, like people who are creating the body of work, were simply astounded," said Greyeyes. "Production after production, play after play, it was pages upon pages. Many aren't aware of this vast body of work because it isn't produced a lot, said Greyeyes. "'The Rez Sisters' (play) gets produced a lot, other big plays get remounted, but many, many plays don't see that rich production history, and it's production history that turns good plays into canonical works," he said. "I think that's one of the purposes of the NAC indigenous theatre, is to allow a place for these incredible works, deservedly canonical works, to gain the recognition across the country. Public, private donations Thompson said the theatre will be partly financed through both public and private donations, and they're "convinced it's going to be very well supported. The NAC will appoint an artistic director for the theatre in 2017 and launch its first season of full programming in the fall of 2019. "What we're. Source: www.cbc.ca

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  • NAC to create indigenous theatre department

    03/24/16 ,via CBC.ca

    "I really see it as a place where the next great works could be developed," said actor-director Michael Greyeyes, a Plains Cree artistic director of Signal Theatre in Toronto. "There are many countries that have actually had national indigenous

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  • Saskatchewan First Nations

    University of Regina Press. 2016. ISBN: 0889771618,9780889771611. 151 pages.

    In this volume are more than 125 biographies that together demonstrate the diversity and depth of Saskatchewan's First Nations community and the contributions of First Nations people to the province.

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  • National Arts Centre to create department of indigenous theatre

    03/24/16 ,via tbnewswatch.com

    "I really see it as a place where the next great works could be developed," says actor-director Michael Greyeyes, a Plains Cree artistic director of Signal Theatre in Toronto. "There are many countries that have actually had national indigenous theatres ...

  • National Arts Centre to create department of indigenous theatre

    03/24/16 ,via Faceoff

    The National Arts Centre in Ottawa announced Thursday it's creating a new Department of Indigenous Theatre as part of its strategic ... great works could be developed," says actor-director Michael Greyeyes, a Plains Cree artistic director of Signal Theatre ...

  • NAC to create indigenous theatre department

    03/24/16 ,via CBC

    I think that's one of the purposes of the NAC indigenous theatre, is to allow a place for these incredible works.' - Michael Greyeyes Many aren't aware of this vast body of work because it isn't produced a lot, said Greyeyes. "'The Rez Sisters' (play ...

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Michael Greyeyes - IMDb

Michael Greyeyes is Plains Cree from the Muskeg Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is an actor, choreographer and director, who first began his ...

Michael Greyeyes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Greyeyes (born June 4, 1967) is a Canadian actor, director and educator. He is Plains Cree from the Muskeg Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan.

Michael Greyeyes

Michael Greyeyes. 4,652 likes · 41 talking about this. Michael Greyeyes is an actor, choreographer and director. He works in multiple forms of media,...

Michael Greyeyes - Biography - IMDb

Michael Greyeyes is Plains Cree from the Muskeg Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is an actor, choreographer and director, who first began his career with ...

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