New Native Theatre’s Audio Plays
New Native Theatre’s National Native American 10-Minute Play Festival Podcast
New Native Theatre is launching a podcast! This is a series of audio plays adapted from our National Native American Ten Minute Play Festivals since 2016. Visit our page here to hear our episodes!
Below are links to individual episodes!
O See Dee
April 11, 2022
Dee has just welcomed her new baby into the world and wants to be the best mom she can possibly be when an old “friend” shows up to give her some maddening advice about the care and feeding of new babies.
March 3, 2022
Listen to playwright Vickie Ramirez’ short play, Limikkin, where you’ll hear the genesis of some of her other full-length works and get to know her world of recurring characters like Connie and Brewster.
When an old friend returns to the rez with an idea to monetize the water, will the Thunderers intervene or will an old love be rekindled?
January 31, 2022
The third audio play from The National Native American Ten Minute Play Festival is Sell Fish by Kwantlen playwright, Joseph Dandurand, a story about a relationship beginning to crumble as they struggle to understand each other. Fisherman Joe and his wife, Allie, are in a modern day relationship that begins to crumble as they struggle to understand each other. Trigger warning, this play deals with characters struggling with depression, bi-polar disorder, and marital issues.
January 13, 2022
Episode Two, Tawa’s Rising, written by Jaren Navenma (Hopi/Tuscarora), takes place at sunrise at the edge of the mesa on Hopi territory. Calvin takes his daughter to the edge of the mesa in Arizona in the hopes of repairing their relationship after experiencing the loss of a loved one.
The Walking Red
October 30, 2021
When an All Lives Matter zombie apocalypse hits Minnesota, your un-enrolled relatives may be the only chance for survival. Stay tuned after the play to hear an interview with the playwrights Jennifer Hall (Leech Lake Ojibwe descendant) and Ajuawak Kapashesit (White Earth descendant & Moose Factory Cree) with NNT technical director, Peter Morrow.