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Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
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Spider Woman Stories

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Wrap yourself in the tales of a Navajo deity and hero, as told by Indigenous women at Spider Woman Stories this Saturday, March 14. Watch and listen as Deanna Allison, Christina Castro, Maria Herrera, Clara Natonabah and Alexander Lucero weave narratives out of thin air, using nothing but song, dance and storytelling. Delight-seekers of all ages are invited to experience this unique tale-weaving event at q-Staff Theater, starting at 6pm. Tickets start at $16. (Joshua Lee)

Saturday March 14, 2020

400 Broadway Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Contact:

Phone: 5054143738

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Examine the world and voice of Native American and Indigenous women as they weave together both past and present by honoring their cultural traditions in song, dance and storytelling.

Directed by Kim Delfina GleasonPerformed by Deanna Allison, Christina Castro, Maria Herrera, Clara Natonabah, and Alexander Lucero


These Days Belong To Us

Spider Woman Stories shares the world and voice of Native American and Indigenous Women through the lens of Spider Woman, a Navajo Deity. They journey and weave together both past and present, by honoring their cultural traditions in song, dance, and storytelling. Free from the constraints of stereotypes and inhibition, these days belong to all Native and Indigenous Women around the world, as we reclaim our voice and identity through the arts.

“Changing the Narrative. Two Worlds Native Theater is working to reclaim American Indian identity through arts.” -Ollie Reed Jr.- Albuquerque Journal.

Special thanks to to New Mexico Community Capital, The Albuquerque Theatre Guild, Native Women Lead, and the City of Albuquerque.