Next Door at NYTW provides a home for companies and artists who are producing their own work. This initiative provides each project with subsidized resources and space for development and performance in the Fourth Street Theatre. As part of an ongoing effort to expand support for artists at every stage of their careers, this series served over 300 artists in the first two years alone.

REFLECTIONS OF NATIVE VOICES

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Good Neighbor Program Directions Accessibility Calendar

Curated by Safe Harbors Indigenous Collective

NEXT DOOR at NYTW

January 7, 2020—January 19, 2020

Good Neighbor Program Directions Accessibility Calendar
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WEEK 1: Native Performances, Music, Theater & Cultural Exchange

January 7th – 5pm-7pm
AU’A’LA:HOLDING ON – TAMMY HAILI’OPUA BAKER
Safe Harbors Cultural Exchange With Hawaii, Including Welcoming Blessing By Chief Harry Wallace, Unkechaug Nation

January 8th – 5pm-7pm
LOCAL NATIVE MUSIC NIGHT – LONNIE HARRINGTON, SONI MORENO, JENNIFER KRIESBERG, MIXASHAWN
Come Enjoy A Evening With Local Native Musicians As They Share Some Of Their Talent With The Community As Part Of The Festival.

January 9th – 5pm-7pm and January 12th – 3pm-5pm
TIPI TALES FROM THE STOOP – MURIELLE BORST TARRANT
“New York City Has Always Been A Gathering And Trading Place For Many Indigenous Peoples, Where Native Nations Intersected From All Four Directions Since Time Immemorial. It Was A Place To Gather And Sometimes To Seek Refuge During Times Of Conflict And Struggle.”

January 10th – 5:45pm-7pm
RED MOON BLUES – HENU JOSEPHINE TARRANT
Red Moon Blues Is A New Workshop By Henu Josephine Tarrant Based On The Life On Lillian St Cyr (Red Wing) The The 1st Native American Silent Movie Star And Other Extraordinary Female Native Performers.

January 11th – 5pm-7pm
WESTERN ARTS ALLIANCE – NATIVE LAUNCHPAD ARTISTS
Five Artists From The Western Arts Alliance Native Launchpad Program: Ritualist Timothy White Eagle, Folk Singer Thea Hopkins, Dance Artist Maura Garcia, Drag Clown Anthony Hudson, And Hip Hop Sensation DDAT.

WEEK 2: Native Director’s Lab

January 13th – 5pm-7pm
Queen Cleopatra and Princess Pocohantas
By Rhiana Yazzie
Directed by Tara Moses

January 14th – 5pm-7pm
It Came from Across the Big Pond and Files of the Indian Police
By William Yellow Robe

Directed by Amber Bell

January 15th – 5pm-7pm
Quantum
By Tara Moses
Directed by Ed Bourgeois

January 16th – 5pm-7pm
Firedbird Tattoo
By Ty Defoe
Directed by Jasmine Goodspeed

January 17th – 5pm-7pm
Crossing Mnisose
By Mary Kathryn Nagle
Directed by Danielle Soames

January 18th – 5pm-7pm
Three Sisters
By Carolyn Dunn
Directed by Chenae Bullock

January 19th – 3pm-5pm
Este-Cate
by Nicholson Billey
Directed by Sir Curtis Kirby Day

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