“We’re Not Going to Change the Laws Until We Tell the Stories of the Silenced”

Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle on Theatre, History, the Law, and Native Sovereignty

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Not many Native playwrights have their plays produced at major theaters, much less have them commissioned by them. But that’s not why Mary Kathryn Nagle’s Sovereignty, running at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC until February 18, stands out. Nagle deftly interlaces the present and the past in her work, explaining Native American history while revealing important truths about our country. Read more on Catapult.

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