Rosemary Georgeson

Rosemary Georgeson

[email protected] / 604-644-2870

Teaching Languages: English



Rosemary’s stories are related to her own personal & family history here on the West Coast. Her family has a large history here, going back to time immemorial & from the arrival of her old grandfather Scotty Georgeson in the mid 1800’s. This rich and colorful history gives her a lot to pull from. Her work has largely been theatre, performance, and storytelling based. Most of the projects that she has been involved with have started with a question, a missing part of the past, or a person who is not in the archives.


Rosemary is the co-facilitator of theArrivals Project, From Where We Speak Project etc. Working with 1st Nation youth on and off reserve to create and perform their own stories.



First Nation Artist, Performer, Playwright and Facilitator



Asking students to research their history. Looking directly back to an ancestor 2 or 3 generations back. Learning about them. Taking the students through a series of movement and writing and research on this ancestor, leading them to tell the story of that ancestor and how their stories are pertinent to today and to the students personally.


Suitable for Grade 6 – 12

minimum 3 sessions, maximum 5 sessions of 40 – 60 minute each. Workshop fee: $100 per session.


Required equipment/facility/materials/teacher Resources for Workshop:

maximum 25 – 30 students per class


School District Availability

Burnaby, Coquitlam, Gulf Islands, New Westminster, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver

Like what you see?