Tableau Portrait : Salt Baby

    Tableau Portrait [9]: Salt Baby

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    Play: Salt Baby || Playwright: Falen Johnson
    Shoot: Parc Mont Royal|| Models: Irkar W Belljaars, Jenn Cross

    SALT BABY: ‘Cause when i walk through the city no one knows that I am, that I am Indian and that’s hard. It makes me wonder why I look the way I do. You know kinda white.

    DAD: ‘Cause you are kinda white.

    SALT BABY: But how white? What else is in here? I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately. What do you know about our family history?

    Salt Baby was first presented at Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto in 2009.


    Tableau Portrait is a series of 10 theatrical snapshots borrowed from contemporary plays and poetry. Captured in public or semi-public spaces throughout the greater Montréal area, portraits shall be published between between April 20th and August 29th, 2014.

    The experiment relies on the participation of volunteer actors/models. Prior acting experience is not necessary and participants of all sizes, ages, abilities and race are encouraged to participate.

    Interested participants are asked to contact Mathieu Murphy-Perron via e-mail at Murphy.perron@gmail.com or over Twitter, @matness.

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