Gloria Okeynan is a visiting actor from Hobbema, Alberta, who studied in 2002 at Toronto's Centre for Indigenous Theatre.
What does CIT stand for?
CIT stands for Centre for Indigenous Theatre (Toronto, ON, Canada)
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We have 303 other meanings of CIT in our Acronym Attic
- Cellule d'Ingénierie et de Transfert (French: Cell Engineering and Transfer)
- Cement Injection Tool
- Center for Information Technology (US National Institutes of Health)
- Center for Innovative Technology (Virginia, USA)
- Center for Instructional Technology
- Center for Integrative Toxicology (Michigan State University)
- Central Illinois Trucks (est. 1975)
- Central Institute of Technology
- Central Investigation Team
- Centre d'Ingénierie Thermique (French: Thermal Engineering Center)
- Centre International de Toxicologie (French: International Center for Toxicology)
- Certified Ice Technician (hockey)
- Certified in Information Technology
- Certified Industrial Technologist
- Certified Instructor Training (various organizations)
- Certified IPC (Association Connecting Electronics Industries) Trainer
- Certified IPC (Information, Publications and Communications) Trainer
- Chair Indicate Token
- Chamber of Information Technology and Communications (Egypt)
- Change in Trend (trading)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I will talk about how Native Earth, De-Ba-Jeh-Mu-Jig, Centre for Indigenous Theatre, Red Sky Performance and other vessels of understanding delivered their message unto the population.
Professional development programs like the Centre for Indigenous Theatre in Toronto had opened their doors in the early 1970s, but really developed in the '90s.
The Toronto-based Centre for Indigenous Theatre (CIT), which runs a three-year, full-time training program and a four-week summer school, collaborated with the New Zealand-based Kahurangi Maori Dance Theatre on the production of Waiora, a two-act play written by Maori writer Hone Kouka.
Lawrenchuk and presented by the Centre For Indigenous Theatre in Toronto.
The Centre for Indigenous Theatre announced the winners of the four categories.
It's the question the Centre for Indigenous Theatre will be asking of its students as a requirement to take part in the its newest program, the Indigenous Theatre School, which opened its doors to Native students from across North America on Sept.
In its 25th year of operation, the Native Theatre School, run by the Centre for Indigenous Theatre, is expanding and forging new paths.