Login/Register With: In the mid-2010s, Haley McGee had an envy-inducing acting career in Canada: between 2014 and 2016, she premiered Hannah Moscovitch’s Infinity at Tarragon Theatre, appeared in the Off-Mirvish production of George F. Walker’s Dead Metaphor, toured with Canadian Stage’s live film noir Helen Lawrence and performed in The Public Servant, which she co-created with Common Boots Theatre.But there was one problem.“I wanted to say things. And I wanted to have more control over what I was saying. I had this urge to be creating my own work and touring my own work,” McGee says over the phone. Advertisement Advertisement Haley McGee in The Ex-Boyfriend Yard Sale, being presented as part of the Progress Festival. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Twitter
APTN National NewsThe federal Aboriginal Affairs Minister is defending recent cuts to the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations.The FSIN has seen nearly 2 Million dollars in government funding disappear in the last two years.