, 2023-01-13 17:52:22,
American Indian Artists Inc. New York premiere of Caroline Dunn’s SOLEDAD. Directed by John Scott Richardson, SOLEDAD runs through January 22, Thursday-Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. at the New Town Theater (155 First Avenue at 10th Street – accessible from the L train at 14th Street). Tickets are $18/$15 for seniors and students at 212-868-4444 or www.SmartTix.com.
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Soledad “Sunny” Sixkiller, a socially awkward high school student, discovers her father was an award-winning singer, overwhelmed by his grief over the disappearance of his wife (and Soledad’s mother). Sunny, by chance, discovers her father’s old hit tapes and vows to learn his songs in order to bring him back to life.
SOLEDAD stars Julie Cloutier (Onondaga), Brett Heckscher (Cherokee), Bradley Lewis (Akuma), and Rhea Nez (Nahuatel). The production team includes Francis Melgargo (Production Director), Taryn Mack (Stage Director), Alexi Cruz (Assistant Director) and Marilyn Pagan Flores (Media).
Caroline Dunn is an Indigenous poet, playwright, musician, director, and actress whose identities include Cherokee, Muskogee Creek, Seminole, and Choctaw Friedman on her father’s side and Tonica Choctaw-Biloxi and French Creole on her mother. She is a founding member of The Mankillers, an all-female drum group from Northern California whose CDs All Woman Northern Drum and Coming to Getcha were released without re-save recordings….
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