The story of a Métis soldier fighting for Canada on the Western Front of Europe during WWI. Vancouver 1914, a young Native man named Jonathon Woodrow, desperate to prove himself as a warrior enlists to fight in the Canadian army. Relying on his experience in hunting and wilderness survival, Pte. Woodrow quickly becomes one of the most feared trench-raiders in the 1 st Canadian Division. But as the war stretches on, and with no end to the fighting in sight, Pte. Woodrow begins to realize that he will never go home again. 2017 finalist for the Playwright Guild of Canada's prestigious Carol Bolt award, Redpatch focuses on how First Nations soldiers and communities contributed to Canada's involvement in the First World War.