Indigenous Enterprise: Indigenous Liberation

Indigenous Enterprise: Indigenous Liberation

“A New Kind of Native American Dance Troupe”
The New York Times 

REDCAT presents the Los Angeles debut of Indigenous Enterprise, a Native American and Canadian collective that first stunned crowds at the Sydney Opera House in 2018 with their explosively jubilant dance and colorful regalia honoring the legacies of their elders. Indigenous Liberation, a vibrant celebration of Native American culture and ancestors, is an intertribal production featuring songs, stories, and dances from all over Turtle Island, led by champion pow wow dancers. This new work will highlight traditional pow wow categories such as Men’s Fancy War Dance (Ponca), Jingle Dress (Ojibwa), Hoop (Taos Pueblo), Chicken Dance (Blackfoot), Flute (Cree) and Grass Dance (Omaha), in a celebration of what lies at the heart of these powerful traditions.

Organized by Chad S. Hamill/čnaq'ymi, CalArts' President's IDEA Fellow for Indigenous Arts and Expression

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Date/TimeGSTCA
SAT 3/19
8:30 pm
$25$20$13
SAT 3/19
VIRTUAL
8:30 pm
$15$12$8

Ticket sales for virtual events end two hours before the event begins.

In keeping with current Los Angeles County Public Health requirements and Music Center policy, and for the safety and comfort of our community, all patrons and guests must provide proof of full vaccination, including a booster if eligible. All patrons and guests must also wear a mask while at REDCAT except when eating or drinking.

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff