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Fallenstar: The Watchoverers

a new play produced by New Native Theatre in collaboration with Duluth Playhouse

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October 11, 2024 - October 13, 2024

October 12 and 13 at 2:00 PM; School Matinee on October 11 at 10:30 AM


In collaboration with Duluth Playhouse, New Native Theatre presents FallenStar: The Watchoverers by Ramón Esquivel. This exciting new play is about three cousins who discover a meteorite that gives them superpowers. Their newfound powers are immediately tested when they encounter the Earthchomper, a formidable foe with a destructive agenda to capture the meteorite. Strengthened by their unique abilities and familial bond, the play shows how ordinary individuals can become extraordinary when they work together.

The play is directed by Alejandro Tey and features a cast of local Minneapolis/St. Paul American Indian actors. The play’s production will include puppetry by emerging artist Jonathan Boyd, who hails Afro-Indigenous/Red Lake Ojibwe heritage.

Encouraged by Duluth’s Indian Education program, the partnership with New Native Theatre aligns with Duluth Playhouse’s mission to increase collaboration with the American Indian community. We are grateful to the Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation for making this production possible through the Community Opportunity Fund—Belonging. This project has been commissioned by the BIPOC Superhero Project and is supported in part by TYA/USA.

To increase accessibility and remove barriers, audience members can purchase pay-what-you-can tickets starting at $5 with a suggested ticket price of $25. For those with financial need, call the box office at 218.733.7555. All proceeds from the production will support New Native Theatre and its mission to break down stereotypes and tell stories with authentic Native voices.


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