Native American New Play Festival
3000 General Pershing Blvd
Experience the Native American New Play Festival at the Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center. Presented by the Oklahoma City Theatre Company, this event celebrates Native American writing and performance with a two-weekend blowout filled with playwriting workshops, family events, musical performances and panel discussions. See the 2016 festival winner, "Blood Boundary," on the main stage. Vicky Lynn Mooney's play, directed by Randi LeClair, is set in Tulsa in 1920 and inspired by Mooney's family history. Other works include the world premiere production of "The Day We Were Born" by Jaisey Bates, along with dramatic readings of "Lloyd and Hallah" by Diane Glancy and "In Memoriam" by Lori Favela. You won't want to miss this one-of-a-kind performing arts event in the heart of Oklahoma City.