Call for Submissions- We are casting the following role:

Date posted: September 23, 2021

Savage Society and the Belfry Theatre, are inviting submissions for our upcoming co-production of

Little Red Warrior & His Lawyer: A Trickster Land Claim Fable

By Kevin Loring

Director: Kevin Loring

AUDITION DATES & LOCATION: October 7 and October 8, Vancouver, BC


Rehearsals begin: January 4, 2022, in Victoria

Performances (Belfry Theatre, Victoria): February 1, 2022 – February 27, 2022

Performances (The York Theatre, Vancouver): March 2 – March 13, 2022


THE QUEEN, the seductive and slightly cannibalistic drag manifestation of colonial power and the grand deity of the colonies.

We welcome submissions from all genders and all ethnicities for this role. In particular, we encourage submissions from 2-Spirit, Queer and Trans-identified Artists.


Please send headshot and resume and any questions to


Little Red Warrior is the last remaining member of the Little Red Warrior First Nation. One day he is arrested for assault and trespassing on his own Ancestral Lands after he discovers construction there and attacks the developer in a fit of rage. In jail, he meets his court-appointed lawyer, Larry, who agrees to help Little Red get back his Lands. Larry convinces his wife, Desdemona, to allow Little Red to move into their basement while they sort out his case. Desdemona and Little Red strike up an uneasy relationship as, despite herself, Desdemona is increasingly hypnotized by Little Red’s “Indigenous charisma.” While sparks fly between them, Larry prepares to fight for Little Red’s Land Rights. When an unexpected intervention by a greater power occurs in the court case, nothing will ever be the same.

Deadline to Submit

October 1, 2021

For questions or accommodation requests related to the submission process, please email Chelsea Carlson, Managing Producer, Savage Society,


Savage Society tells our own stories sourcing myth, tradition and contemporary Indigenous perspectives.

The Belfry Theatre is dedicated to producing contemporary plays, with an emphasis on Canadian work, and to promoting artistic, cultural, and educational events in the Greater Victoria Region.