May 6 - May 28
A complex, provocative historical drama shining a light on the Cherokee Nation's deeply intertwined past and present. Performed by an ensemble of Native and non-Native regional and local actors with direction, set, costume, and lighting design by Native artists.
Two fascinating interviews!
In the first interview, Director Esther Almazán and actors Steve Wood and Kenneth Ruthardt* unpack Sovereignty. In the second, actors Josephine Keefe, Avery Clark*, Lance Claymore and Esteban Bailon dive deeper into the Native experience.
Art in the Lobby in May
To coincide with the run of Sovereignty, a variety of pieces from the Squaxin Island Museum Library and Research Center will be on display in the State Theater lobby throughout the month of May.