WATER IS SACRED: a Community Gathering

                                 at the GUTHRIE THEATER for more info (Click Here)

                               Local Twin Cities Performers/Artists/Educators/Activists/Curators

Reuben Stately - Kitto (Dakota, Anishinaabe, Oneida)

 

Isabella Star LaBlanc (Sisseton Wahpeton, Dakota)

Sydney Beane (Dakota)

Marisa Carr (Turtle Mountain Ojibwe)

Jada Brown from local Twin Cites Folk Band, WILLOWS, featuring their song "Open Water"

Brandie Macdonald (Chikasaw/Choctaw Nation)

Jaida L. Grey Eagle (Oglala - Lakota)

Jenna Grey Eagle (Oglala - Lakota)

Gary Spears (Oneida/Anishinaabe)

JAC Stringer (Cherokee Tribe)

Renee Sans Souci (Omaha Nation of Nebraska)

Ikidowin Youth Theater Ensemble

Curtis Kirby III (Anishinaabe, Ojibwe) - Director

Sharon Day (Anishinaabe, Ojibwe) - Writer

Joey Santana (Standing Rock, Lakota)

Melinda Tucker (Leech Lake, Ojibwe)

Andrew Fohrenkam-Differenthorse (Fon du Lac/Cheyanne River)

William Hartman, (Mountain Village, Alaska)

Reyna Davvilla-Day (Bois Forte Band Ojibwe)

O’Gitchidakwe Drum Group (Ojibwa, Lakota, Potawatomi) from the Elder Lodge

Kelsey White, Emma Geyer, Bridget Saice Childs, Eileen Hudon

Additional Material by:

Katherine Freer, Video/Multimedia Design

Larissa FastHorse, (Sicangu Lakota) - Director/Curator

Ty Defoe, (Oneida/Ojibwe) - Director/Curator

For information about WATER IS SACRED: All Nations Community Gathering please reach out to Carra Martinez | Director of Community Engagement at the Guthrie Theater