Git Hayetsk Dancers

Artist: Git Hayetsk Dancers
Nisga’a and Tsimshian Nations

Join the acclaimed Git Hayetsk Dancers for a beautiful and powerfully moving indigenous mask-dance. Fluid, lyrical, and mesmerizing, this immersive and interactive performance takes audiences deep into the folklore of Northwest Coast culture, interpreting and reflecting on the challenges and victories of First Nations people. Their performance includes beautiful ceremonial masks carved in the Northwest Coast indigenous tradition by well-known carver and group co-leader Mike Dangeli and features dancers from the Nisga’a and Tsimshian Nations of British Columbia.

For additional information, please visit the Git Hayetsk Dancers website.

Experience: First Nations Mask-Dance | Length: 60 minutes | Ages: 5 to 12 | Venue: Jack Singer Concert Hall
Join Us: Individuals with Hearing Impairment / Visual impairment / Mobility impairment

Show Times

Thursday, May 25 at 12:30 PM (one show only) - Sold Out