Kabloona Talk
by Sharon Pollock


Published by Playwrights Canada Press Toronto ON

"Sharon Pollock: Collected Works Volume 3" orders@playwrightscanada.com
PDF Manuscript copy available on request spdrama@telus.net

 Number of Acts: 1
 Length: 60 mins
 Total actors required: 3
 Men: 3
 Women: 0

Synopsis:
The Kabloona (White Man) thought to bring the Rule of Law to the North with the 1917 trial of Sinnisiak and Uluksuk, charged with the murder of two Catholic priests in the Arctic Barrens. But is innocence or guilt secondary to the Government’s sovereign and economic interests?
A verdict is in, and a back room quickly replaces the Court Room. The gloves are off as a mysterious figure dictates strategy and manipulates Prosecutor, Defense and Judge as they square off in the interests of Justice as each sees it.
Will the clash of cultures determine innocence or national concerns dictate guilt? The ultimate victim may be Justice itself.

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