Théâtre français de Toronto and TFO present
Why Do Orignii-Waabigwan Have Thorns?
Ages: From 9 to 16 years old
Long ago, all the animals lived in harmony. They ate wild flowers, especially oginii-waabigwan, roses that did not have thorns. But this harmony was disrupted by the greedy “waabooz” rabbits, who consumed entire fields, forcing Nanabouzo to give the roses thorns to protect themselves.
Written and performed by: Émily Séguin
Actor’s direction by: Marie-Claire Marcotte