This event will be hosted by Anthony Kraljic, LPQC Treasurer, and will star James Allerdyce, an LPQC Member.
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CONCEIVED AND DIRECTED by JJ Lind
FEATURING James Allerdyce, Max Dana, Brady Jenkins, Julie Stainer-Loehr, and Siobhan Towey
CHOREOGRAPHY & STAGING by Jillian Sweeney
SOUND & VIDEO by Rob Ramirez and Blake Carrington
LIGHTING by Robert Bloom
PRODUCTION DESIGN by Maki Takenouchi
MUSIC DIRECTION by Robin Aigner
Sunday, February 16 // 7:00pm
Tickets: $20 adults / $10 students, children and seniors
Based on the well-known lectures of controversial Cherokee figure Elias Cornelius Boudinot — a Confederate colonel who advocated passionately on Indian affairs but was vilified by his own people for helping open the door to white settlement — The Electric Indian reimagines the events following Cherokee relocation to Indian Territory as an historically accurate, all-white fantasia of Indianness.
The Electric Indian investigates our Great American Civilization by combining storytelling, ritual, dance, and song with 19th century historical texts, 20th century popular media, and 21st century technologies. In the process and through the wonders of these technologies, Boudinot is transformed into a magical, mythical and rarely-seen being — a modern day unicorn, The Indian.