YIPAP Members Travel to See Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Newest Play, Sovereignty
On January 27, nearly a dozen members of the Native American Cultural Center community traveled with leaders of the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program to Washington, D.C., for a showing of Sovereignty at Arena Stage.
For decades Spiderwoman Theater has worked to create provocative and compelling performances that tell Native stories from a Native perspective at a time when no theaters were producing Native artists.
YIPAP Presents Sliver of a Full Moon at UCSD in San Diego
A nearly full audience of students, history professors, tribal leaders, survivors, and other members of tribal communities listened to stories from survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault from across Indian country.
YIPAP Hosts DeLanna Studi for “Evening of Indigenous Performance”
Studi is a prominent Native actress who serves as the current chair of the SAG-AFTRA Native Americans Committee. She has performed in the national Broadway tour of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning August: Osage County.