Wednesday Feb 28, 2024 8:00 pm
INSPIRE, ENGAGE & ENERGIZE.
Ajijaak on Turtle Island tells the story of Ajijaak, a young whooping crane. Separated from her family in a Tar Sands fire caused by the monstrous Mishibizhiw. Ajijaak must make her first migration from Wood Buffalo, Canada, down to the Gulf Coast on her own, finding her voice and a family through the interconnectedness of all of creation. A reflection on life’s energy and how it connects all aspects of our world, Ajijaak on Turtle Island brings communities together through puppetry, music, traditional dances, animations and kites. Ajijaak’s story puts forward visions from Indigenous communities, celebrating the symbiotic relationship between cranes and Native American/Indigenous peoples and inspiring the next generation of storytellers, change-makers and eco-champions.
Learn more at: www.ajijaak.com
Suggested Age Range: 1st Grade and Up
ADULT | $15
CHILD | $12
This performance has 2 showtimes 10AM and 12:30PM:
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The STARS Series is underwritten by the Frechette Family Foundation.
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