Nookie and The Big Wind

Nookie and The Big Wind

Purchase a $5 Digital Fringe Membership below to access all content. Already have a pass attached to your Fringe account? Make sure you are logged in by clicking the icon in the top right corner.

Company
Runaway Hotel Kollective
Creator(s)
Tanya LeBlanc
Runtime
30 minutes

"Nookie and the Big Wind" is an educational play-based on a children’s book series.

A hot-blooded wasp, an insomniac moth, and an optimistic ladybug join forces with a girl who has a special power with the wind. Together they go on an adventure of finding the Indigenous teachings from the owl and saving Mother Earth.

Suitable for ages 4-8.


Credits

Producer
Tanya LeBlanc
Irena Huljak
Costume Designer
Shannon Muir
Editor
Blair Williams
Sound Designer
Blair Williams
Composer
Drew Chale

More about the company

This show is a collaboration with both Indigenous artists and Indigenous allies as a teaching to save our Mother Earth.


Accessibility information

All KidsFest On-Demand content is required to meet the following basic accessibility standards: videos are closed captioned, transcripts are available for all audio content, documents are screen-reader friendly, and all digital images are provided with alternative text descriptions. These access supplements have been generated by the company, and reviewed by the Festival. They may vary slightly from company to company.


Land acknowledgement

Thank you for joining us on the digital platform to see our show! Before we begin, we want to acknowledge the lands and waterways that we are calling in from. The creation process for this work was done predominantly on Zoom which allowed for us to collaborate from across Turtle Island.

Tanya LeBlanc is calling in from Toronto, Ontario, located on the land long shared by the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Ojibway, and the Huron Wendat in the Dish With One Spoon agreement. Irena Huljak is calling in from the Ottawa-Gatineau area, which is located on the unceded traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishinabeg. When we acknowledge the Indigenous people of this land, we must also acknowledge that colonization is not simply a thing of the past, but that colonial oppressions are carried out every day. As settlers on this land we must constantly work alongside First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people to overcome the lasting effects of colonialism in Canada and to create a fair and equitable nation for all people.


Content advice

Parental guidance advised


Media downloads