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Métis Mutt

A smart, brave, and beautiful piece of work.

Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca

A One Little Indian Production
Métis Mutt

Written & Performed by Sheldon Elter

In Sheldon Elter’s hilarious and heartbreaking one-person show, we follow a young Métis man on his journey out of a destructive cycle. In dynamic shifts between storytelling, stand-up comedy, and multi-character vignettes; this personal tale unfolds to expose the impact of family dysfunction, internalized racism, and the significance of embracing life’s choices.

Featuring: Sheldon Elter
Director: Ron Jenkins
Set and Lighting Designer: Tessa Stamp
Sound Designer: Aaron Macri
Projection Designer: Erin Gruber
Photography by Ryan Parker

group rates available for groups of 8+
call theatre network 780.453.2440 for more info – CLICK HERE
show your first nations or métis status card for to receive a discount to this production.
a coming of age play called métis mutt comes of age review: liz nicholls, 12thnight.ca
laugh, cringe and think: métis mutt a triumph over racism review: colin Maclean, gigcity.ca
past the punches REVIEW: sierra bilton, vue weekly
the transformation of sheldon elter in theatre network's MÉtis Mutt preview: Liane Faulder, Edmonton Journal
MÉtis mutt: shedlon elter's journey beyond the punch lines preview: liz nicholls, 12thnight.ca
métis mutt: Sheldon elter's journey through responsibility and self identity preview: cbc news & edmonton am radio
beyond the stereotypes preview: sierra bilton, vue weekly

production photos

Photography by Marc J Chalifoux                                                                                                                                             

pre-production photo

Photography by Ryan Parker  

poster

Photography by Ryan Parker Design by Overhaul Media