American Indian MuseumHear Me Say My Name
Hear Me Say My Name
WhenFriday, December 27, 2019, 1 – 1:35 PM
CategoriesKids & Families, Performances
SponsorAmerican Indian Museum
Co-sponsorThis program is generously supported by the Rasmuson Foundation.
VenueAmerican Indian Museum
Event LocationRasmuson Theater
CostFree; First-come, first-served seating. No registration is required.
Related ExhibitionAmericans
AccessibilityWheelchair accessible
Details

"I am not your mascot, and I don't live in a tipi. See me for who I am, hear me say my name." How do American Indian stereotypes, prejudice, and identity shape the discussion of what it means to be a young person in our country today? This original multimedia play, created in collaboration with Smithsonian Associates Discovery Theater, tackles America's assumptions about American Indians and starts a conversation with audiences reclaiming rich history, challenges, hopes, and dreams.

After the play, the audience is invited to explore the Americans exhibition to learn more.

Photo (left to right): Actors Morgan Hall (Blackfoot), Russell Campbell (Nottoway), and Erin Westfall (Cheyenne) in Hear Me Say My Name at the Rasmusen Theater, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C. Created and directed by Roberta Gasbarre (director of Discovery Theater) and Ty Defoe (Giizhiig, Ojibwe and Oneida nations). Photo by Katherine Fogden (Mohawk), Smithsonian

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