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Tai Amy Grauman

Tai Amy Grauman is Metis, Cree and Haudenosaunee from Ardrossan, Alberta. She has a BFA in Acting from UBC with a minor in First Nations Studies. Tai recently received this year's Jessie Richardson award for most promising newcomer.

About

Tai Amy Grauman is Metis, Cree and Haudenosaunee from Ardrossan, Alberta. She has a BFA in Acting from UBC with a minor in First Nations Studies.  Tai recently received this year's Jessie Richardson award for most promising newcomer. She was also Vancouver's Mayor's Emerging Theatre Artist of 2015, nominated by Margo Kane. She is currently working with Nightswimming Theatre on a commission of a new play which will be developed over the next five years.  Tai is the Arts Club's LEAP program's Level 3 participant.  With LEAP she has written a full length play called "You used to call me Marie".  Recent Credits include Thanks For Giving (Arts Club), THOWXIYA (Axis Theatre), The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Carousel Theatre) and Weaving Reconciliation (Vancouver Moving Theatre).  Tai also wrote and directed "Her name was Mary" at the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival.

Artists

Tai Amy Grauman

Events

June 5
  —  
11:00 am

You Used to Call Me Marie ...

You Used to Call me Marie... follows two souls in eight different Metis love stories at eight distinct points in time.

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