A Play by: Dr. Carolyn Dunn
Directed by: Sarah D'Angelo
A socially awkward high school senior, Soledad "Sunny" Sixkiller, discovers her father was a prize-winning pow-wow singer whose grief over the disappearance of his wife (his daughter's mother) has turned him inward. Sunny finds, by accident, her father's old pow-wow tapes and vows to learn his songs in order to bring him back to life.
This production is free to the public, but seating is very limited and reservations are required.
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