THE RETURNING JOURNEY

DALANNAH GAIL BOWEN @ St. James Hall

3214 West 10th Ave

Friday March 14 @ 7:30pm

Saturday March 15 @ 7:30pm

The Returning Journey is the semi-autobiographical story of Dalannah Gail Bowen. It is her story of hope & joy, of overcoming the tragedies of child-abuse, addiction and homelessness to "becoming" – becoming whole and a contributor to society and to her art. Sharing the deepest of emotions of her personal journey, the audience will be moved with this thought provoking and inspiring performance.

– Firehall Theatre review

A consummate jazz & blues vocalist, Dalannah combines her musical talents with her African-Canadian/Cherokee background in this project. The work includes blues, jazz, and traditional First Nations songs intertwined with original poems that come from every part of her life experience. All the music is written by Bowen and Grammy-nominated producer and musician Michael Creber, who has worked with many great talents such as k.d. lang and David Foster.

The show will be followed by a conversation between Dalannah and the audience.

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Tickets are $15 and all profits go to Dalannah’s dream of creating

The Downtown Eastside Centre For The Arts

The Downtown Eastside Centre for the Arts is a new initiative under the umbrella of the Community Arts council of Vancouver. The purpose is to create a space that offers accessible arts programming to the people of the Downtown Eastside. This space will provide fixed and regular arts programming and open sessions in the arts specifically music, theatre, dance and visual arts with a strong aboriginal component. Our goal is to raise enough funds to be open by the fall of 2009.

Media Please Contact
Mel Lehan for interviews or tickets
604-731-0599 or mel_lehan22@hotmail.com

The returning Journey: with Dalannah Gail Bowen

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