Native American Indian Heritage Month Celebrated in Southwest Ohio
The Film "Neither Wolf Nor Dog"comes to Xenia, Ohio, during the opening of the X*ACT Cultural Series called "Our Native Xenia" and goes through the end of November.
By: Xenia Area Commnity Theater, Inc. X*ACT
Award-winning Native American flute player Matthew Thoma and percussionist Jeff Harrell will be guest performers at the October 18th Gala. For more info about Jeff Thoma, please visit http://www.mjthoma.com. For more info about Jeff Harrell, please visit https://jeffharrellmusic.com.
Xenia, Ohio, is the home of Tecumseh and the Shawnee Nation. The area is also known for Blue Jacket Outdoor Drama that ran for many years in the community and brought people from all over the world to experience the story of The Shawnee.1 (https://www.xeniagazette.com/
Wine, cheese and light hors d'oeuvre's will be served during the GALA and begins at 5:30pm on October 18th, show at 7:30pm. Saturday, the show begins at 7:30pm and the Sunday matinee on the 20th starts at 3:00pm. Doors open one hour in advance of show.
Tickets are $13 for the GALA and children 12 and under are $10. Tickets for the remaining shows are $10 and $7 for children. Exhibits are free to the public and open during the hours of noon to 4:00pm on most Thursdays and Saturdays and noon to 6pm on Fridays. X*ACT is also open during play dates for extended hours and on the last Sunday of any performance series.
For Tickets, please visit https://www.shopxact.org
About The Film
A white author is summoned by a Lakota Elder who asks him to write a book about his perspective. After a blundering false start, he is all but kidnapped and sucked into a road trip through the heart of the contemporary Native American landscape and directed by
Steven Lewis Simpson.
Xenia Area Community Theater
45 E 2nd St.
Xenia, OH 45385
The Xenia Area Community Theater and Arts Center is supported in part by a grant awarded by the Ohio Arts Council
Xenia Area Community Theater, Inc
Page Updated Last on: Oct 08, 2019