RECALL: AN EVENING OF PERFORMANCE & DISCUSSION AT WATERFALL ARTS FEBRUARY 3
February 3 @ 7:00 pm
On Saturday, February 3 at 7:00PM, [elbow room] will present RECALL: AN EVENING OF PERFORMANCE AND DISCUSSION, featuring Margo Lukens and William S. Yellow Robe Jr. By donation at the door.
*note that the performances include adult content and are not suitable for children or teens
Margo Lukens performs “FATTY: or, Why White People Are Afraid of Indians,” a solo show based in memoir by a middle-aged white woman thinking about race and oppression. This is work in progress, developed during a recent sabbatical from UMaine where she teaches English. Lukens has performed with Penobscot Theatre (Calendar Girls; Cinderella; Sunday In the Park With George) where she has recently begun to study improv.
Award-winning playwright, actor, author, director, educator and poet William S. Yellow Robe Jr‘s works, exploring identity and cultural authenticity have been performed in venues across the U.S., including Penumbra Theatre Company in St. Paul; the Public Theater in New York; the Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, RI; and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C. Yellow Robe is a member of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Some of his numerous works are included in Grandchildren of the Buffalo Soldiers and Other Untold Stories published by UCLA American Indian Studies Center and in Where the Pavement Ends; Five Native American Plays, University of Oklahoma Press.