Cornerstone Theater Company

Native Nation Touring

Native Nation is an immersive theatrical production that tells the story of this land though the eyes of its original people. Award-winning artistic team playwright Larissa FastHorse and director Michael John Garc├ęs join Cornerstone in creating a touring structure for American Indian communities, first at ASU Gammage and then on to other Native communities across the US. Created through Cornerstone’s signature community-engaged theater practice, and performed by a cast of local Indigenous community members alongside Cornerstone ensemble members, Native Nation is more than a play – it is an experience that combines an indigenous marketplace, community gathering and cultural performance that will change the way you see this land.

If you are interested in bringing Native Nation to your community, contact Managing Director Megan Wanlass at info@cornerstonetheater.org or use the contact form at the bottom of this page.

For more information, download a Native Nation touring information packet, either the full version or short version.

Check out photos of Native Nation at Steele Indian School Park on AZ Central.com.

Cornerstone ensemble member Kenny Ramos, who is Kumeyaay and grew up on the Barona Indian Reservation, performing in Native Nation at Steele Indian School Park on April 28, 2019. (PHOTO: ANYA MAGNUSON/THE REPUBLIC)
Watch a sample of Native Nation at ASU
Watch playwright Larissa FastHorse speak about the Cornerstone Trilogy (Urban Rez, Native Nation and the D/N/Lakota Project at the Creative Capital Summit.

Native Nation can be adapted for communities, campuses and institutions of any size. Bring Native Nation to your community, contact us today!