I Count Myself Among Them

I Count Myself Among Them tells the transformative journey of a Dogrib man who leaves behind a life of crime to follow the Red Road. This arresting radio play adapted by Reneltta Arluk and sound designed by Travis Mercredi, features a cast of 11 Indigenous performers from the Northwest Territories and across Canada. Based on the stunning short story by acclaimed writer Richard Van Camp.
 

Northern United Place October 2012 - Yellowknife, NT

  • Co-produced by: Akpik Theatre & Outland Sound Design
  • Adapted and Directed by: Reneltta Arluk
  • Featuring: Jeff Legacy, Chris Cound, Russell Bull, Leela Gilday
  • Supported Cast: Lucy Ann Yakeleya, William Greenland, Lucia Nakehk'o, Maslyn Scott, K'a Nakehk'o
  • Sound Design by: Travis Mercredi
  • Musical Score: Brendan Callas
  • Original Short Story Written By: Richard Van Camp

National Arts Centre's 2013 Northern Scene - Ottawa, ON

  • Co-produced by: Akpik Theatre & Outland Sound Design
  • Adapted and Directed by: Reneltta Arluk
  • Featuring: Craig Lauzon, Chris Cound, Russell Bull, Leela Gilday
  • Sound Design by: Travis Mercredi
  • Live Music: Carmen Braden

International Indigenous imagiNATIVE film + media Festival 2012 - Toronto, ON

A studio version of I Count Myself Among Them premiered at the 2012 International Indigenous imagiNATIVE film + media Festival

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