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Native Traditions Meet 21st Century in New Production

Adosha Bennett and Brad Horne
photo: DYR
Adosha Bennett and Brad Horne

As Lawrence, Kansas is the home of Haskell Indian Nations University, it would make sense that the city would be the site of the American Indian Repertory Theatre. Established in 2006, it's just one of a handful of theaters in the United States devoted to Native American artists and plays. And it's the only such theatre in the Midwest. By Steve Walker


Kansas City – The company stages its first show of the new year - one that's rooted both in native tradition and spirituality, and contemporary pop culture.

American Indian Repertory Theatre's Spring 2010 production
Star Stage Left
FEBRUARY 25, 26, 27, 2010
A new play by Onieda playwright Bruce King
Lawrence Arts Center
940 New Hampshire
Lawrence, Kansas

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