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From Alaska to LA: Tlingit Playwright’s First Production Earns Prestigious Premiere
Two years ago when Tlingit playwright Frank Henry Kaash Katasse chatted with a woman at a play workshop in Juneau, he had no idea he was speaking with Jean Bruce Scott, co-founder ...
Native Voices Loud and Proud at La Jolla Playhouse
Jason Morgan Edwards
The La Jolla Playhouse in California has recently announced that Native Voices, a theater program that focuses on developing work by Native American, Alaska Native, and First Natio...
From Babies to Books: Publisher Delivers Native Voices to the World
What began as a midwifery operation in New York City more than a generation ago has morphed, decades later, into a small publisher of Native American and other titles, based in sou...
The Frybread Queen is Poised for a Breakthrough
In the play The Frybread Queen , which premiered March 12 at the Autry Theater in Los Angeles, three generations of Native women come together to mourn a man...
NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH: Celebrate Native Theater At 'Indians in America: Native American Athletes Take the Field,' a Short Play Festival
November is recognized as NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH and Indian Country Today Media Network is celebrating every day of the month...