Monday, July 18 at 7pm in Goodman's Owen Theatre

Around 90 minutes with no intermission

Since time immemorial, Chicago has been a meeting place for Native peoples. With words of wisdom, stories, and histories old and new, we expand traditions of performance with an evening of music, dance, and spoken word, featuring local Indigenous artists in a program curated by Vincent Romero (Laguna Pueblo).

 

About the Mitchell Museum

The Mitchell Museum of the American Indian is one of only a handful of museums across the country that focuses exclusively on the art, history, and culture of Native American and First Nation peoples from throughout the United States and Canada. It promotes public understanding of cultural diversity through first voice perspectives. The museum’s mission is to promote and share a deeper understanding of Native American peoples through the collection, preservation, and interpretation of their traditional and contemporary art and material culture. Learn more >>

Artists
  • William Buchholtz

    William Buchholtz Musician

  • Mark Jourdan

    Mark Jourdan Singer/Songwriter

  • Mark LaRoque

    Mark LaRoque Storyteller/Poet

  • Lanialoha Lee

    Lanialoha Lee Choreographer/Composer

  • Vince Romero

    Vince Romero Storyteller/Curator

  • Niyol Spencer

    Niyol Spencer Singer / Drummer

  • Jennifer Stevens

    Jennifer Stevens Singer/Visual Artist

Where We Belong
  • Where We Belong

    Where We Belong

    By Madeline Sayet
    Directed by Mei Ann Teo

    June 24 - July 24, 2022

    An indigenous theatre-maker journeys across geographic borders, personal history, and cultural legacies; in search of a place to belong.

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