New Native Theatre is the Upper Midwest’s professional theatre company dedicated to Native artists and audiences. As the most frequently producing Native American theatre in the Midwest, New Native Theatre has been creating professional pathways into careers in the performing arts and seeding the ecosystem with Native talent since its founding by Diné/Navajo Artistic Director, Rhiana Yazzie in 2009. NNT is a dedicated anti-racist, anti-colonial organization that believes theatre is one of the most powerful tools for reclaiming resilience, health, and agency for indigenous tribal communities.
Season 1, Episode 3 - Sell Fish
The third audio play from The National Native American Ten Minute Play Festival is Sell Fish by Kwantlen playwright, Joseph Dandurand, a story about a relationship beginning to crumble as they struggle to understand each other. Trigger warning.
Fisherman Joe and his wife, Allie, are in a modern day relationship that begins to crumble as they struggle to understand each other. Trigger warning, this play deals with characters struggling with depression, bi-polar disorder, and marital issues.
Tommi B. Coyote, Mi’gmaq Descendant/Filipinx
Skyler Ray Benson Davis, Tlingit
Elise Bear, Osage and Iowa of Oklahoma