Announcing Our 2022-2023 Season.
Current plan: Shooting a film by Kavelina Torres in the Fall as the Salisbury Theatre undergoes important code correction work.
The Shape of Things
Written and directed by Kavelina Torres.
Despite being pressed into service to run the spaceship Tumyaraq-qaa in a last ditch
effort to save their people, who're in stasis pods in the hold, an Inuit crew does
their best to search for a new home but the universe isn't as friendly as they thought.
More information, and further auditions will be available soon.
About the Writer / Director Kavelina Torres
Kavelina received their MFA in Creative Writing from The University of British Columbia
where they studied scripts and scripting in addition to prose and graphic novels.
They graduated with their undergrad in Indigenous Filmmaking (an interdisciplinary
degree) from UAF. They have credits in theatre, prose and monologue anthologies, and
film. Kavelina has been a part of productions on Growing Native, Boat Buyers, Christmas Crazier, Big Miracle, Messenger, Bodies of
Water, Feels Good, Alaska Daily Weather, KTVF news, KXDF news, Molly of Denali plus her own films, Yugumalleq and The Wild Witch.
Kavelina's theatre production credits include Something in the Living Room
, Machinations, Little Bits
, and Bob and Bones
. Prose credits include Technician Qamaq North
in CAROUSEL magazine where Tor.com called it a must-read in January 2022. and Kegg' and Qiuq
plus Monologues from The Last Frontier Theatre Conference
. Their film Yugumalleq
was played across the US on PBS and FNX. Kavelina is a 2014 Sundance Indigenous Film
Kavelina teaches Indigenous World in Film, film set production, previz, and dramatic
- Please note: tickets held at “will call”, even if paid for, will be released for resale
10 minutes prior to curtain/showtime.
- Unclaimed seats (if you have your tickets, but aren’t at the theatre) 5 minutes prior
to curtain may also be resold. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to performances
so that we may start on time.