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Jan 19-23, 2022
Jan 19-23, 2022
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Neechie-Itas by Jo MacDonald (Anishinaabe)
Oklahoma Indigenous Theatre Company
Jilted bride Spencer marks each year of her would-be wedding day taking refuge in her apartment, wearing her $5000 Vera Wang wedding dress binging on junk food and period piece movies. Her life-long Neechies Carm, Linda and Maggie decide Spencer needs to mend her broken heart and join them for a weekend of nightlife and dancing. Instead, chaos ensues.when Spencer's ex-fiancé Lewis Longclaws unexpectedly shows up at the Salsa and Mambo dance club and narrowly escapes an arrow fired at him by a mysterious shooter. Probable cause land the Neechies in jail for attempted murder and a long night of questioning. But the Neechies have their own version of the night's events. They bamboozle the police interrogations with criminal intel on Lewis Longclaws' back home and weave hilarious stories about UFO's, Sabe (Bigfoot), ingrown toenails, and Spencer's $5000 Vera Wang wedding dress. In the confinements of the holding cell, old wounds and grudges are stirred up and as the night progresses the Neechies reveal to Spencer the real truth about her ex-fiancé. In the end, justice prevails and the Neechies exonerated and released. "Neechie-Itas" re-presents Indigenous female of a certain age, the bonds of Indigenous sisterhood, and explores Indigenous contemporary concerns while keeping audiences of all identities laughing the whole way through. Winnipeg-based Anishinaabe playwright Jo MacDonald writes Indigenous comedy gold performed by an all-Indigenous cast