Baby Blues

      Baby Blues
The Baby Blues is Drew Hayden Taylor s highly wrought farce of patrimony in a stifling, politically correct, post colonial milieu of fancy dancers of every stripe on the powwow trail In juxtaposing three generations of careless wandering hedonists, progenitors of a string of offspring from their six night stands, with their erstwhile na ve women partners who are always left holding the bag, the big questions of heritage, family, cultural context and personal identity are ruthlessly stripped of their conventional meanings and become so much useless, embarrassing roadkill on the highway of life.Cast of 3 women and 3 men. New Download Baby Blues [ by ] Drew Hayden Taylor [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] –

During the last thirty years of his life, Drew Hayden Taylor has done many things, most of which he is proud of An Ojibway from the Curve Lake First Nations in Ontario, he has worn many hats in his literary career, from performing stand up comedy at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., to being Artistic Director of Canada s premiere Native theatre company, Native Earth Performing Arts He has been an award winning playwright with over 70 productions of his work , a journalist columnist appearing regularly in several Canadian newspapers and magazines , short story writer, novelist, television scriptwriter, and has worked on over 17 documentaries exploring the Native experience Most notably, he wrote and directed REDSKINS, TRICKSTERS AND PUPPY STEW, a documentary on Native humour for the National Film Board of Canada.He has traveled to sixteen countries around the world, spreading the gospel of Native literature to the world Through many of his books, most notably the four volume set of the FUNNY, YOU DON T LOOK LIKE ONE series, he has tried to educate and inform the world about issues that reflect, celebrate, and interfere in the lives of Canada s First Nations.Self described as a contemporary story teller in what ever form, last summer saw the production of the third season of MIXED BLESSINGS, a television comedy series he co created and is the head writer for This fall, a made for tv movie he wrote, based on his Governor General s nominated play was nominated for three Gemini Awards, including Best Movie Originally it aired on APTN and opened the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, and the Dreamspeakers Film Festival in Edmonton.The last few years has seen him proudly serve as the Writer In Residence at the University of Michigan and the University of Western Ontario In 2007, Annick Press published his first Novel, THE NIGHT WANDERER A Native Gothic Novel, a teen novel about an Ojibway vampire Two years ago, his non fiction book exploring the world of Native sexuality, called ME SEXY, was published by Douglas McIntyre It is a follow up to his highly successful book on Native humour, ME FUNNY.The author of 20 books in total, he is eagerly awaiting the publication of his new novel in February by Random House as One of the new faces of fiction for 2010 , titled MOTORCYCLES AND SWEETGRASS In January, his new play, DEAD WHITE WRITER ON THE FLOOR, opens at Magnus Theatre in Thunder Bay Currently, he is working on a new play titled CREES IN THE CARRIBEAN, and a collection of essays called POSTCARDS FROM THE FOUR DIRECTIONS More importantly, he is desperately trying to find the time to do his laundry.Oddly enough, the thing his mother is most proud of is his ability to make spaghetti from scratch.

      Baby Blues
 By Drew Hayden Taylor IBN : 0889224064 Format : Paperback –
  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Baby Blues
  • Drew Hayden Taylor
  • English
  • 03 July 2017
  • 0889224064

10 thoughts on “ Baby Blues

  1. Melinda Worfolk says:

    I used this in a Street Humanities class non credit class for multibarriered students along the lines of the Clemente Courses and the students really enjoyed it I ve now read all four of the Blues Quartet by DHT, and although I did enjoy this one, it s not as nuanced or well written as the others It s been interesting to see the author s writing style evolve throughout the plays What it is, though, is pretty funny, and the slapstick went over well with the Street Humanities group It s very I used this in a Street Humanities class non credit class for multibarriered students along the li...

  2. John Barclay says:

    I saw this play when it was first produced and liked it I found it again this month looking for something to do with my students after we finished a Farce unit It s a fun play Lots of good jokes and interactions A bit overw...

  3. Melinda says:

    Really changed the way I think about Indigenous stories I have loved Taylor ever since.

  4. Abigail says:

    I thought this play was very funny It was an enjoyable read, I d love to see it performed.

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