October 25-26 | Friday & Saturday 7:30pm
Tatanka is an intuitive historical drama telling a story of nine generations of displacement, relocation, genocide, historical trauma and surviving all that hate by undoing racism, making relatives, co-existence, and humor.
November 16th & 17th
Saturday, 7:30PM | Sunday, 2:30PM
Forgiveness is not a big enough word to contain what transpires on the Missouri River Walk between strangers. This story weaves the escapades of river walk troubadours as they attempt to undo the juju left by Lewis and Clark.
November 15th & 16th
Friday, 7:30PM | Saturday, 2:30PM
A teenager finds old cassette tapes of her Cherokee father's once-famous pow wow songs and presents them as her senior project. Will the surprise be a welcome one for her emotionally-distant dad?