News: No Peeking Theatre to Premiere "Indigenous" on YouTube Live July 25th

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No Peeking Theatre, which presents immersive theater experience without the use of sight (you can read our review of their 2020 show Mother Leeds here), now presents Indigenous, an online theatrical presentation of the Native experience. 

No Peeking Theatre has begun a virtual reopening by producing its repertoire for an online experience that
is free to the public. On July 25th, it will release its second show online, titled Indigenous

Indigenous premieres July 25th at 8:00 PM (“doors open at 7:30) on Youtube Live

Indigenous is a compilation of stories, poems, songs, and narratives that  discuss the Indigenous experience. Following suit of previous shows like BLACKOUT and In Lak’ Ech, the show sets out to invoke a hard discussion by confronting issues through the vein of genuine experience. From blood quantum, stereotypes, and identity, to rituals, songs, and poems, Indigenous implores the audience to absorb some of the most authentic, beautiful, uncomfortable, ugly truths about who and what “America” really is.

Derived and retold from first hand accounts to third person research on case studies, Indigenous delves into understanding, respecting and exploring the experiences, truths, and culture with several viewpoints of and by Indigenous Peoples. This showcase is part of No Peeking Theatre’s mission to create a platform for underrepresented populations to have their inspirational and important stories told within the homogenous world of theater. No Peeking attempts to break that barrier with every show that it produces, encouraging diversity in every facet of production from design to acting to directing.

In addition to showcasing this work, No Peeking Theatre is accepting donations in order to pay the creators of the show.

Indigenous Creators:
Written by Kristina Acevedo, Luane Acevedo, Cynthya Blandino, Tureygua Inaru, Autumn Silvas, David Lee Herring, Tara Moses, Carla Bell, Josh Allamon, and Gabriel Cummings.
Designed by Joe Velez, Megan Bandelt, and Jennel Pruneda.


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